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2013 Scion FR-S by Greddy Racing

Here’s something you probably didn’t know: this Greddy Racing-prepared Scion FR-S that will suit up at the 2013 Formula Drift Pro Championships has been under Scion’s development covers since before the production FR-S was unveiled to the public.

That’s a pretty interesting history for a racecar that certainly has the racing pedigree down to a hilt. It comes with a GReddy X Rocket Bunny body kit, a KW Competition three-way suspension setup and a set of 17- and 18-inch Rays Gram Lights 57DR wheels wrapped in Hankook RS-3 tires.

To prepare it for the intense competition of the Formula Drift Pro Championship, GReddy Racing prepared this FR-S to be a bona fide world beater. It features a 2.5-liter boxer four-cylinder engine that’s been outfitted with a GReddy turbocharger, thus increasing the output to a staggering 650 horsepower and 550 pound-feet of torque, which is an increase of 450 horsepower and 399 pound-feet of torque over a stock FR-S. This GReddy-tuned engine mates to a G-Force GSR four-speed transmission and the complete package is enough to rocket this FR-S to 60 mph in just 2.83 seconds and through a quarter-mile in just 10.4 seconds.

With an entire year of testing and development under the hood of this FR-S, there’s no doubt that GReddy Racing and driver Ken Gushi are parepared to take the Formula Drift Pro Championship by storm.

Click past the jump to read about the Scion FR-S

Scion FR-S

Scion FR-S

This isn’t the Scion of the early 2000s, fellas. The FR-S is a bona fide sports car, far removed from the cute little brand that Scion has come to be known as.

Judging by its appearance, the FR-S looks the part of a sports coupe that proudly displays its swooping lines and aggressive curves akin to its twin sisters, the Toyota GT 86 and the Subaru BRZ .

As far as power goes, the FR-S comes with a 2.0-liter boxer-four engine that produces 200 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque and mates to a six-speed manual transmission.




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