Both FR-S and tC, the top cars from Scion get decent updates for 2015 with a slight increase in the price. For 2015 Scion FR-S, the handling gets better than before, thanks to better rigid front suspension and update and retune for rear shock absorbers. The updates, according to Scion, offer less body roll and “communicative driving experience”.
In the interiors, the vehicle comes with new automatic headlights coupled with new key design and better interior accents with added carbon fiber trims. The color choices include Halo, a pearl color, for $395 extra, while steel has replaced the Argento color. The aerodynamic shark-fin antenna replaces the standard antenna for a better flush appearance.
The new 2015 Scion FR-S with six-speed manual will now cost $25,655, which is a hike of $200 as compared to 2014. The automated transmission version with Dynamic Rev Management of Scion FR-S is priced at base for $26,755.