We recently drove from San Diego to Hollywood with Toyota in their fun and vibrant Scion iM hatchback. Along the way we flew jetpacks, went kayaking, boating, hiking, enjoyed amazing food and drink, and were reminded just how awesome road trips can be.
The Slow Mo Guys got to spend some quality time with Scion Racing driver Ken Gushi to capture the massive splashes from the tires of his Scion FR-S at 2,500 frames per second. Next up: Gav and Dan catch a cold.
These two entry-level sports cars are arguably the biggest hits of the last two years, both offering an amazingly fun ride for the price. But which one to buy? Driving Vancouver sets us straight on the diffs (at least in Canada).
The square body of the Scion xB is a bit of an acquired taste, but there’s no question about its flexibility. The guys from LA’s Seoul Sausage Co. have had theirs converted into a mobile grill truck. Oh, and their sausages rock too.
The popular, well-priced daily driver gets a facelift, with a sportier fascia, optimized power steering and braking, faster automatic shifting, and an upgraded Pioneer audio system with Bluetooth, HD radio and a 6.1″ touchscreen.