Though the base specification for the 2013 Scion FR-S is fairly minimal, it helps keep the entry-point to the car at a low price, and the a la carte options and upgrades make it easy to get just the features you want without having to add pricey packages.
All 2013 FR-S coupes come with a standard Pioneer audio system, featuring eight speakers and a simple, but useful head unit. Manually-adjustable six-way driver and four-way passenger front seats, fold-flat rear seats, a first-aid kit, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control, keyless entry, USB/Bluetooth/auxiliary inputs, and more. Optional upgrades include a new BeSpoke premium audio system that features some limited apps capability (including Pandora), a 5.8-inch LCD touchscreen display, and an upgrade to 340 watts total system output.
At launch (this summer), a range of accessories are also planned, including wheel locks, mud guards, paint protection films, carpeted trunk and floor mats, and an ashtray kit. Future accessories, to launch sometime later, include a rear spoiler, fog lights, a center arm rest, and TRD performance upgrades including intake, exhaust, suspension, and other upgrades.