The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
The 2013 Scion FR-S is a fun sports car, excellent in the turns but lacking big thrust, while the cabin tech upgrade looks intriguing for iPhone users.
We took the hotly anticipated Toyota GT 86 (Scion FR-S) to Le Mans in 2012 -- the journey was...eventful.
We waited years for a new take on a fun, affordable RWD Toyota sports car. The wait, thankfully, was worth it.
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.
The new sports car from Scion looks good and eats up turns with pure gluttony. Cabin tech is solid at the base level, and gets downright intriguing with Scion's new Bespoke upgrade.
The Scion FR-S and its Subaru BRZ twin were represented at the 2012 SEMA Show in a major way.
The twin sports coupes from Toyota and Subaru earn the Top Safety Pick award from the IIHS, making each a solid consumer choice in both safety and performance.
Long battery life, solid video quality, and a great all-in-one design make the Drift Ghost-S tough to beat.
The 2013 FR-S is everything it promised to be, a good-looking and excellent-handling sports car, and it includes some surprising cabin tech.
At CES 2014, another Google Glass competitor focuses more on augmented reality, less on wearability.