Toyota’s FT-86 II concept sports car

Toyota had stated that Scion would get its own version of the Toyota’s FT-86 II concept sports car, which was unveiled in Geneva earlier this year. The Japanese car-maker used this year’s New York Auto Show to debut the Scion FRS concept, and it should look quite familiar.

“FR-S” stands for “front-engine, rear-wheel-drive sport”. Under the hood is a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter Boxer flat-four mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. The FR-S rides on sharp 20-inch wheels, hiding an absolutely monstrous set of 18-inch carbon ceramic brake rotors that are fixed to the wheels like a motorcycle.

The model shown at the New York Auto Show is definitely a concept, hence why the interior was probably not show. Nevertheless, it previews a new future addition to the Scion family.
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