One of the world's most fun sports cars is the Chevrolet Corvette.
Fast, engaging and masculine, the Corvette is the kind of vehicle you can really have a blast in.
But unless you've had a frontal lobotomy, it's interior is a complete joke. Sure, it has a heads-up display and a navigation but it looks like it's from the 90s. Essentially it's like me walking around with Gordon Gecko's mobile phone.
Now for the 2013 model year, Scion has released the all-new FR-S, a.k.a. Toyota GT86 elsewhere. It has a great exterior design, is rear-wheel drive and gets sideways, and is affordable. It's suppose to be an awesome product and there's been a lot of hype surrounding its debut.
But, my God. When I finally sat in it and took it ALL in, that is one seriously poor interior. Everything from the lame head unit down the steering wheel just was, frankly, wrong. And that's weird because the updated Scion tC had at least some things right.
For example, the tC's steering wheel is awesome, the shifter was good and the seats nicely wrapped around my physique. The FR-S, on the other hand, is a huge miss.
That said, the vehicle's been making its way around: We want to know from the Spies that have experienced the all-new Scion, is it suffering from Corvette-itis?