The Scion brand may have passed away but we can still enjoy its car.
Here at the New York Auto Show, Toyota just rolled out the AD-6.
Now, this replaces the former Scion FRS.
And as you know, that was an incredibly fun little car, so we can expect nothing less from this one.
86 comes from the car's name in Japan, so bringing this to the US is sure to make Japanophiles here really happy.
You'll see 86 badges on the headlights, on the fenders, inside the car, plus new Toyota badges front and back.
More than just renamed So it also ups the power here.
So it's two liter, four cylinder engine puts out 200 horse power.
That's up five.
And 158 pound feet of torque.
That's up eight.
That may not sound like a lot but this car is not really so much about power but all about handling and fun.
For the upper side it retuned it's suspension.
Hopefully that means better handling and not a softer ride.
And there's some styling changes here.
They changed the front end, just a little bit, and the rear.
They also added the LED tail light.
One things for sure, this really cool looking little car is going to change the face of Toyota dealer lots when you put it next to Camry's and Corolla's..
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