Flashback: Scion at SEMA 2011

SEMA has a way of bringing out the crazy in every company—and Scion doesn’t really need all that  much encouragement to begin with. So as you can imagine, there were some pretty crazy concepts in Vegas last year. My favorite was probably the iQ-MR by Tatsu. There weren’t any performance specs listed, but with the […] More »

  Comments | By - October 26, 2012

New Hotness: Rocket Bunny FR-S

The FR-S has been out for nearly six-months, and there’s already a wide-body kit out for it. That has to be some kind of record. There’s a good chance that you’ve seen this kit already, as it’s easily the most aggressive kit for the FR-S out right now. Flared rear fenders. External bolts. Distinctive side skirts  In a way… […] More »

  Comments | By - October 25, 2012

Vote Now: Will Scion’s Outreach to Metal Fans Work?

When I saw the report from Adweek about Scion reaching out to metal fans, I wasn’t particularly surprised. The brand has been heavily involved in music—Scion AV Club is loaded with content—since the inception of the brand, and Scion’s been present in the punk rock scene for years. My buddies the Spits played a Scion sponsored […] More »

  Comments | By - October 21, 2012

SEMA 2012: Daniel Song’s Scion FR-S Tuner Challenge Car

This is the most evil looking FR-S I’ve seen. Sure, the wing looks like it could also be used as a hang glider, and the performance hasn’t been tested. But visually, this baby looks like it wants to eat your lunch. Of course making a race car—especailly when there’s no time to deliver, say, a […] More »

  Comments | By - October 21, 2012

Sibling Rivalry: Consumer Reports Pits Scion’s FR-S Against Subaru’s BRZ

Most of the time, the guys from Consumer Reports are more concerned with boring things like cargo capacity, MPGs and electronic gizmos. And that’s all well and good—I subscribe to Consumer Reports—because people need that info. The vast majority of car buyers couldn’t care less about  their vehicle’s capabilities on the track, because keeping their […] More »

  Comments | By - October 20, 2012

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