2013 Subaru BRZ top speed run
Follow me on Facebook and Instagram! Facebook.com/JTPhotos / Instagram @speedracer38 At the end of May I got a call from the Subaru dealership telling me my 2013 BRZ Limited had arrived and was ready for me to take delivery. After a grueling 1,000 mile break-in period I was looking forward to see what the car was capable of. I shipped the car to the autobahn to do some high speed runs in the car and attempt the top speed. The car is limited by its aerodynamics unfortunately so I had to get a good stretch which favored the car which allowed me to get up to 147 MPH. This isn't very high speed compared to other exotic cars but for a 200HP Subaru I was very impressed seeing what it's capable of on the top speed spectrum! For those of you who don't know this is a rear wheel drive Subaru and the car is fantastic to drive along with drifting ;) Please leave a comment and subscribe. Enjoy!
2013 Scion FR-S 0-60 MPH
http://MPGomatic.com drops the hammer on a 2013 Scion FR-S (automatic transmission) for a 0-60 MPH acceleration test. The FR-S is equipped with a flat four-cylinder (Boxer) engine that produces 200 horsepower (HP) . Test performed in VSC Sport Mode with Traction Control OFF. Two runs were taken. So yeah, these runs look slow. Edmunds hit it in 6.6 seconds from a dead stop and "6.3 seconds with one foot of rollout like on a drag strip," as they like to say. Stick around for the preview of "Formula Drift : Rise of the V8," in an excerpt that includes Scion/Greddy driver Ken Gushi. MPGomatic produces car review videos with a unique focus on gas mileage, in-cabin technology, and driveability. Yep, we're the folks that shoot those 0-60 MPH tests. More MPGomatic ... Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mpgomatic YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/MPGomatic Website: http://www.MPGomatic.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/#!/MPGomatic Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MPGomatic
Scion FR-S Test Drive & Driving Impressions
Experience the new Scion FR-S from the driver's seat. I took a test drive the other day and filmed my impressions so my girlfriend could get a feel for the car. She just got her wisdom teeth taken out and wasn't in any shape to go on a test drive so I came to her rescue and made this video of the experience. Shameless plug: If you're local, around SE Michigan, be sure to ask for Jamar Daniels at Victory Toyota of Canton, MI for information & availability on the Scion FR-S. Had a great experience with him, he was very helpful and generous with his time. Initial impressions: 1. It has four wheels, which seemed very round when I inspected them. 2. Doors with which to enter and leave the car (you don't have to enter through the windows or the top or bottom of the vehicle) 3. While driving the car, there is a round knob (though not as round as the wheels) that controls the wind inside the car. The wind can be a mild breeze, or a vicious tsunami blowing from little holes in the front console. It can be cool or warm, and you can direct the wind. It makes you feel very powerful. 4. There is also another button that lets you listen to people talking and singing in the car, I believe Jamar called this a radio. This device only allows for listening, and is therefore a one-way conversation. I tried talking back to the people in the "radio" and they either couldn't hear me or didn't feel like responding. I imagine they have a lot of people trying to talk to them through the "radio." If you don't have a lot of friends and want someone who never stops talking, this radio device is probably a good thing for you to order. 5. The cloth seats have a red stripe on them. I assume that this is probably from the animal's skin that was used to make them. The red stripe tells me that the animal was fierce and vicious, trying to warn its predators of it's danger with a warning color, much like bees and the yellow jackets they wear. However, it mustn't have been a match for the Scion hunters, as I hear many FR-S's are filled with seats made from this red-striped animal. In short, the FR-S makes me feel like an ancient hunting warrior that can control wind, talk to spirits, and chase down fast dangerous animals. Enjoy the video, I hope you find it helpful in your quest of filling the empty void in your heart with a lightweight rear wheel drive sports coupe.
Rocket Bunny Scion FRS BRZ TRA Kyoto Kei Mirua Fatlace Hellaflush
☆ PRE-ORDER NOW ☆ // The Underground Hero cinematography book is now officially available for pre-order! Order Now : http://maiham-media.com/portfolio/underground-hero-book Film / Edit / Grade : Luke Huxham Website : www.maiham-media.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/maihammedia I have been drooling over photos of this car on the internet for weeks, random sightings and Facebook stalking Miura-san for the latest progress. Finally we got to see this car in person at Fatlaces Hellaflush Fuji event. We had a quick chance to steal the Rocket Bunny Scion FRS for about an hour and whip together this little video. Nothing amazing just a quick overview of the car. The 86 / BRZ / FRS has to be without a doubt one of the best looking commercial cars to come out of Japan in a long time and the Rocket Bunny kits from TRA Kyoto only improves on the cars shape even more. Personally I think TRA Kyoto are so forward thinking with their designs. And the quality, it's leap years above most other aero makers. Big thanks go out to Miura-san for giving us the time to shoot his car. Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/RocketBunny Fatlace http://fatlace.com Music : CRAZY KEN BAND - Tiger and Dragon