The Scion FR-S Concept, which stands for front engine, rear wheel drive, Sport, Scion is the definition of a true rear-wheel drive sports car with a compelling style, exceptionally balanced performance and handling, flexible utility and surprising MPG.
The front engine, rear-drive coupe was light and well balanced, making it a solid choice for driving enthusiasts. Inspired by the AE86, the FR-S is built around the central goal of achieving “pure equilibrium” , which begins with the strategic placement of a 2.0-liter boxer engine plane in a front-engine, rear-drive configuration.
The compact size and shape of the motor propulsion system enables the Scion FR-S ‘to be mounted lower and further back towards the back, giving the car a lower center of gravity and a weight ratio of dynamically Pro from front to back. Scion FR-S Concept (2011) The naturally aspirated engine Scion FR-S ‘is innovative, being the first fighter to incorporate the system of Toyota D4-S injection, which uses both direct injection and port, resulting in more power and torque throughout the power band, without giving up MPG.
The flat-four can mate with a six-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic transmission. The handbook provides rapid and accurate with a short shot, while the automatic transmission changes in aggressive and sporty features that are initiated by the steering wheel-mounted shift wall. Power is distributed effectively via a limited slip differential. The idea of “pure equilibrium” is lighter design by the Scion FR-S Concept and short wheelbase. The combination allows the car to be fast and agile in and out of any corner, with dynamic maneuverability and stability of confidence.
The profile, inspired by the Toyota 2000GT, reveals a hood-line that is very elegant and low, made possible by the architecture of the boxer. low stance continues to exaggerate the menacing face the FR-S ‘, which consists sharp lines, a wide mouth and angular headlights are bright LED clusters. The solid panel roofline is sleek, lightweight and rigid, slotted with an aerodynamic shape that channels the air clean in the top.
The front fenders protrude above, leaving a conduit box for five massive 20×8.5-inch wheels of the axle, while the muscular rear fenders are widened to house the 20×10.5-inch wheels, emphasizing the staggered position the Scion FR-S Concept and rear-wheel-drive setup. The rear fascia sits low and wide, with a wide lower treatments that surround the dual exhaust outlets and contribute to excellent aerodynamics. LEDs illuminate the taillights both nervous and bold logo “Scion.”
The concept has four front brake caliper piston to suppress the monstrous 18-inch carbon ceramic rotors annular array that is attached to the wheels of a motorcycle fashion. The Scion FR-S Concept is layered in rich layers of Code Red, the appropriate color name is a custom mix of sweet and an additive for the development of BASF called Mearlite SSQ.
Scion FR-S Concept 2011 Review