2013 Scion FR-S - Jay Leno's Garage
2013 Scion FR-S. Jack Hollis, VP and General Manager of Scion, joins Jay
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from road to track, its front-mounted flat Boxer engine cranks out 200 hp
and a whole lotta fun driving!
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2013 Scion FR-S - Jay Leno's Garage
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2013 Scion FR-S - Car Tech
The Scion FR-S has the guts of a Subaru, lines of a Nissan GT-R, and the
tech of Toyota. Take a ride with CNET's Brian Cooley and check the tech.
DownForce Motoring: 2013 Scion FR-S Review
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Nick Jaynes is back with his latest review: the 2013 Scion FR-S. Having
been heralded as one of the greatest driversapos; cars of this generation,
Nick decided to take it to one of the greatest driving roads in the Pacific
Northwest: Oregon Highway 242.
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2013 Scion FR-S Review - Kelley Blue Book
Known as the Toyota 86 or GT-86 in foreign markets, the Scion FR-S (along
with its close sibling the Subaru BRZ) is the product of a close
collaboration between Subaru and Toyota. Years in...
BMW M4 vs Audi RS5: epic track battle
We test the BMW M4 against the benchmark setting fast coupe, the Audi RS5.
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The arrival of a new BMW M car is always big news for performance car fans,
and the new M4 is no exception.
Costing almost £60,000, the replacement for the legendary old BMW M3, the
M4 has moved away from the V8 power plant in the old car, and is now
powered by a 425bhp twin-turbocharged
Meanwhile, the similarly prices Audi RS5 is propelled by a 4.0-litre V8,
which produces 430bhp. It's also mated to the Audi quattro four-wheel drive
system. Like the BMW, it also features a dual-clutch gearbox, the Audi S
There's no denying the Audi lacks the fun factor of the BMW - the quattro
four-wheel-drive system prevents the lurid powerslides than you can really
go for in the M4. You can also feel the weight of the engine over the front
axle in the RS5, but it certainly doesn't feel slow at all.
Overall then, the RS5 feels very punchy, and the gearshift is also really
nice - the same can be said for its V8 soundtrack. It's not a track machine
though, and the car from Neckarsulm is more of a very stable and very rapid
Meanwhile, the BMW M4 feels very raw and very serious, especially when all
the settings are put at their sportiest via the M1 switch on the steering
wheel. These also turn the traction control and stability control off.
With no electronic aids, the M4 is always trying to get its tail out.
However, the body control is amazing, but there is a feeling that it's all
a bit artificial. The same can be said for the engine note, which has been
The M4 is a proper M car though, and something BMW can be truly proud of.
It set a lap time of 1m09.9s, compared to the 1m12.2s set by the Audi -
that's 2.3s quicker.