Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 Finally Reaches Dealerships Nationwide

Sep 10, 2014 03:40 PM EDT | Matt Mercuro

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Revealed earlier this year during the New York International Auto Show, the new Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 is now available for purchase at dealerships around the U.S.

Just 1,500 Release Series 1.0 vehicles are being produced, according to a Toyota press release, so enthusiast are encouraged to act fast in order to own the limited edition vehicle.

The Release Series 1.0 comes equipped with a number of features from Toyota Racing Development, including TRD Quad Tip Exhaust System and TRD lowering springs.

Custom-designed aero kit with a rear spoiler and side fender garnish are other highlights listed by the automaker.

Each vehicle contains its release series badge (1 of 1,500) inlayed on its aluminum shifter surround plate, according to the automaker.

Additional FR-S Release Series 1.0 features include:

-TRD steering wheel

-Black seats with T-pattern

-HID headlamps with LED daytime running lights

-TRD logo cargo mat

-TRD shift knob

-Smart Key with Push Button Start

"The Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 is the ultimate tribute to motorsports history that not only has the looks for the track, but also brings that energy into the driver's seat," said Scion Vice President Doug Murtha, according to the release.

The FR-S is available with either a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and Dynamic Rev Management® technology.

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is $29,990 with a manual transmission or $31,090 with an automatic transmission, excluding the delivery, processing and handling (DPH) fee of $770, according to the release.

Click below to watch a complete walk-around video of the Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0.

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