In any case, we have to answer a very important question: how is it possible for the FR-S to shoot such a huge tower of flames through the hood? It's simple, as the 2-liter boxer engine from Subaru has been replaced by an almighty 2JZ conversion project.
It's fitted with all sorts of expensive parts, such as Precision 6262 Turbo, Hyper Tune Intake and a Custom 4 Row Intercooler. The exhaust has been piped straight through the hood of the car, and a huge bulge had to be created for clearance.
The last bit of info we have about the EKanoo FR-S is from 2013 and suggests it runs the quarter mile in 9.3 seconds while delivering about 700 rear-wheel-horsepower. However, it's probably even faster these days.
For the record, the Scion FR-S, Toyota GT 86 (which this actually is) and Subaru BRZ all come with a 2-liter boxer engine that is rated at 200 horsepower. However, dyno tests have shown it makes about 150 hp at the wheels. Installing a massive turbocharger is not possible and most supercharging attempts have stopped sky of 400 horsepower.