Still lacking in the power department.
It's one of the best affordable new sports cars on the market, and for 2015 it's going to be even better. Some would argue 200 hp is insufficient, others think it's plenty. If you fall in the latter group, you'll be pleased to hear that the 2015 FR-S will come with a more rigid front suspension and re-tuned rear dampers. The aim is to lessen body roll and improve chassis-driver communication. Styling upgrades have also been made inside and out. A shark-fin antenna replaces the pole antenna, and the exhaust tips have grown in order to fit more flush against the bumper.
On the color front, Steel replaces Argento, and pearl white Halo replaces Whiteout. Inside, the new FR-S receives a new carbon fiber-look panel and automatic on-off headlights. Despite the upgrades, the 2015 Scion FR-S is $355 cheaper than the 2014 model with prices starting from $24,900.