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2015 Scion FR-S Release Edition 1.0 Starts at $30,760

Alex Nishimoto
Sep 9, 2014

2015 Scion FR-S Release Edition 1.0 Details

  • Price starts at $29,990 ($30,760 with $770 destination fee)
  • Price is for a six-speed-manual equipped model
  • Only 1500 examples of the Release Series 1.0 will be built
  • Release Series 1.0 will sport a signature Yuzu yellow paint job as well as a variety of other upgrades

The 2015 Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 brightened up the New York auto show floor when it debuted, and now we have pricing for the limited-edition model. Back in April, Scion promised a starting price under $30,000. It delivered—just barely—with the Release Series 1.0 starting at $29,990 ($30,760 including $770 destination).

2015 Scion FR S Release Series 1 rear three quarter Photo 2/16   |   2015 Scion FR S Release Series 1

That price gets you a six-speed-manual-equipped model. A coupe equipped with the six-speed automatic costs $1100 more at $31,860. Scion is building just 1500 examples of the Release Series 1.0, and each one will sport the signature Yuzu yellow paint job. Each car also receives TRD lowering springs, TRD exhaust tips, HID headlights with LED daytime running lights, and an aero kit including a unique front and rear treatment, side skirts, and rear spoiler. Inside, the Release Series gets a TRD steering wheel, shift knob, and cargo mat, along with black "T-pattern" seats and smart keyless entry with push-button start. A brushed aluminum badge inlayed on the shifter surround plate denotes the sequence number in the 1500-car series.

The Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 is available at dealers now. Check out the video below for more on the special-edition coupe.

Source: Scion

2014 Scion FR S Release Series 10 front end Photo 3/16   |   2014 Scion FR S Release Series 1 0
2014 Scion FR S Release Series 10 side Photo 16/16   |   2014 Scion FR S Release Series 1 0
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