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$30K Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 Debuts

Limited-edition TRD model drops at New York Auto Show

Apr 16, 2014
Photographer: Scion

Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 Details:

  • 1,500 to be made | MSRP of $30,000
  • Features TRD accessories including quad exhaust, springs and steering wheel
  • Custom body kit and HID/LED headlamps | Push-button start | Dual auto A/C
  • Only available in exclusive Yuzu yellow exterior color

Our favorite Scion just got hotter! Feast your eyes on the latest special edition FR-S revealed at the New York International Auto Show today. In our opinion, the new FR-S Release Series 1.0 is hotness because of three main reasons:

1. The Release Series will only come in a limited edition Yuzu yellow paint.

2. Toyota Racing Development (TRD) parts are used inside and out. The body kit is custom-made for this special edition car, which includes a rear spoiler and side fender inserts. The coupe also comes with a badass TRD quad exhaust, lowering springs, steering wheel and shift knob.

3. You won't find too many of these FR-S on the road. Only 1,500 units will be produced and up for sale come August.

Scion frs release edition nose and maw Photo 2/12   |   Scion Frs Release Edition Nose And Maw

The yellow sensation also will be equipped with options such as the push-button start, HID headlamps, LED daytime-running lights and black seats styled from the GT86.

Scion frs release edition rear three quarter Photo 6/12   |   Scion Frs Release Edition Rear Three Quarter

The MSRP is expected to be under $30,000 and each one will receive a numbered badge. They'll also be offered in both six-speed manual or automatic. Seeing this car in person, you're going to want to get your hands on one when they're available. The unique body kit and color are a gorgeous combination and make this FR-S possibly the most aggressive production Scion we've ever seen!

Sam Du
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