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Scion FR-S can drift - surprise appearance at Cars & Coffee Irvine [videos]

Since their debuts in Tokyo and Los Angeles the sport coupe triplets: Subaru BRZ, Toyota GT-86 and Scion FR-S have received quite a bit of attention from enthusiasts. However, Scion's FR-S has received the least.

So Scion in the U.S. thought it might be fair to give the GReddy tuned FR-S a surprise appearance on the street in public for the first time. The occassion was the Cars & Coffee car show in Irvine, California over the weekend and as you can see in the video the coupe received a lot of attention from everyone ranging from internet expert boys to older exotic car owners.

In related news, a video of the Scion FR-S driven by Formula Drift driver, Ken Gushi, has emerged thanks to SpeedHunters.com. With only car mounted cameras to capture the action, the scene is located at the Sodegura Forest Raceway in Chiba, Japan.

Source: ft86club.com

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EJ255
It's a Subaru.
Dec 14, 2011 5:00 am
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shaahinmt
If i buy one first thing i do is removing the nasty badges and put proper Toyota ones.
Dec 12, 2011 9:38 pm
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NYyanks
the more and more i see this car......the more and more i love it!
Dec 12, 2011 2:22 pm
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PAA
I know I am being biased but I can't get used to the Scion/Toyota logo on such a beautiful (and capable) car. Sorry Toyota fans, its just my experience with Toyotas has in numerous occasions been disappointing.
Dec 12, 2011 10:55 am
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rxlonline
well....get used to it!!!!!! this car will be awsome and there nothing you can do about it! BTW. i have 2 Toyotas and never have any problems with it...
Dec 12, 2011 12:58 pm
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PAA
Problems, Toyotas don't have I agree but they also don't have any driving dynamics. I drive the Auris at work and it is a dreadful car compared to the Astra and the Golf. It would take some convincing to change my mind and honestly I tried hard to like their driving in the last decade. I'll wait on Mr Toyoda's promise.
Dec 13, 2011 12:27 am
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Speedoholic
We'll be (hopefully) seeing a lot of Toyota logos on sporty cars. That Akio Toyoda dude seems like a nice guy, let's hope he sticks to his promise of bringing back the fun to the Toyota lineup.
Dec 12, 2011 2:13 pm
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