Prices start at $24,200 when equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox, and $25,300 with a six-speed automatic transmission, with neither price including a $730 destination and handling fee.
According to Scion, the FR-S has EPA-estimated ratings of 34 mpg on the highway when paired with the automatic transmission, and 30 mpg with the stick shift.
The FR-S racecar is the result of a collaboration between Scion Racing and GReddy, a long time racing partner of Toyota.
The name Scion chose for the North American version of the Toyota 86 stands for Front-engine, Rear-wheel drive, Sport. The 2+2 coupe is the fifth model to join the Scion family and will go on sale in the United States and Canada in the spring of 2012.