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    Toyota S-FR Concept 2015

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    Yay, thanks!

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    You're welcome.

    Now, they only need to announce the production version.
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    No use to me if this is a Japan/Euro only model.

    Still waiting on the Honda S660 to get a bigger engine so they can launch it here too.

    I'm being highly optimistic right now though.

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    I think that the S660 (unfortunately) will remain a JDM-only affair.

    On the other hand a report says that the production version of this would get a 1.5 litre 130bhp, so Euro sales are a possibility.

    Not sure about the US though.
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    As I recall, there were murmurings of Toyota licensing the MX-5 platform for a new 86. I wonder if this is related/something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pimento View Post
    As I recall, there were murmurings of Toyota licensing the MX-5 platform for a new 86. I wonder if this is related/something.
    That would be weird. Completely different engine, plus they'd have to build a roof over it.

    I hope they're still going forward with that sports car they're making with BMW. Fingers crossed that they have a similar philosophy as the GT-86- simple, relatively cheap and comes with a stick.

    It would be helpful to also call it a Supra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSXType-R View Post
    That would be weird. Completely different engine, plus they'd have to build a roof over it.
    Makes sense they'd want to use an in-house engine and leaving the boxing to Subaru for the next one. Also this new guy is closer in size to the MX-5 than the 86 is, though still not super close (it's longer/narrower). They have publicly stated that it's not related to the MX-5 at all, but hey.. it's a 'concept', I'm sure that can change before launch.
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    Video from Toyota.

    Not sure why it's unlisted though.

    [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arNRCJlSHn8"]Toyota S-FR - YouTube[/ame]

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