Toyota has unveiled the S-FR concept car at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The Scion FR-S was Toyota’s proof that they can still build a fun to drive sports car, even if it isn’t a tire boiling powerhouse like the Supra, and the S-FR looks to take that theme and run with it. Smaller (and probably lighter) than the FR-S, the S-FR concept looks like a bare-bones sports car in the vein of the original sports cars – the Austin Healey, MG’s roadsters, Sunbeam Alpine, Fiat and Alfa Romeo Spiders, and of course the MX-5 Miata. With retro headlights and a classic round body, the S-FR looks the part of an old-school sports car too.
The Scion S-FR will be 13.1 feet long, 5.6 feet wide, 4.3 feet high, a little bit smaller than the FR-S in every way.
Toyota has not officially announced whether the S-FR will use the Toyota or Scion name in the United States, but they do owe Scion dealers a big one after promising and then backing out on an FR-S Convertible.