Scion officially announced that the new FR-S coupe is available now in the United States, about 1,000 dealers being ready to take your order.
Under the bonnet sits a powerful 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine capable to deliver 200 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque.
The new Subaru BRZ, I mean the Scion FR-S, is equipped with a standard six-speed manual transmission and starts at $24,200. If you want to benefit from a six-speed automatic gearbox, you will have to add extra $1,100.
“Scion is thrilled that the FR-S is now available throughout its strong network of about 1,000 dealers. We can’t wait for performance driving enthusiasts to get into the FR-S because we know that they are going to love it,” says Scion.
If the fuel consumption is important to you, the company says that the 2013 FR-S returns EPA-estimated figures of 30mpg highway (manual) and 34mpg highway (automatic).
You will also have to add a $730 destination and handling fee in order to obtain the correct price tag.