As with the engine and transmission selection, there's just not much on the menu of the 2014 Scion FR-S. Fortunately, what's there is good.
Most of the options and upgrades can be had a la carte, rather than bundled into pricey packages, making it easier to get just the FR-S you want, without stuff you don't need. Highlights of the standard equipment include: manually adjustable six-way driver and four-way passenger front seats; fold-flat rear seats; a first-aid kit; a leather-wrapped steering wheel; eight-speaker Pioneer audio system; USB/Bluetooth/auxiliary inputs; and more.
Some of the optional extras for the FR-S include: BeSpoke premium audio with a 5.8-inch LCD touchscreen display and 340-watt output and limited apps capability; plus accessories including wheel locks, carpeted trunk and cabin floor mats, an ashtray kit, and mud guards.
One notable absence is navigation, which isn't available on the FR-S. The BeSpoke apps capability can add some limited navigation functionality, but for an FR-S with navigation, you'll want to check out the Subaru BRZ.