Now the next question is: where do I need that for? Just let it soak in for a while: it is surprising how your solutions change if your tool works differently.
I've been busy with Scala for some time now, but the OO aspect also dominates the FP part. And that OO part is huge: traditional classes, case classes, traits (which are occasionally used standalone) static functionality not in the class but factored out in an object, structural typing just to name some.
There are many aspects I like of Scala, but simplicity is not among them. In teams you will have to have strong communication if you do not want to limit yourself to a subset of the language ("no fp" for instance)