Scion was created as an offshoot of parent company, Toyota, with the intention of attracting younger drivers and car buyers with a small lineup of affordable, unique, and customizable models. Over the years, there have been various styling, powertrain, and equipment tweaks, but the names of the models have largely remained the same. For 2015, the familiar xB returns with a new rearview camera, the tC coupe now offers paddle shifters and a bright orange/black limited-edition variant, and the tiny iQ carries over unchanged. The xD hatchback has been discontinued. That leaves the FR-S, by far the most aggressively styled and tuned ride among the Scion ranks. Updates for 2015 include a revised suspension, mild styling enhancements, and standard automatic headlights.