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Toyota S-FR Concept Goes from Cute Sports Car to Angry Race Car


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Toyota engineers went to work on the S-FR concept, taking it from a cute sports car to an angry race car.

Toyota let its GAZOO racing division work its magic on the S-FR, installing big fender flares, hood vents, carbon fiber reinforced plastic canards and large front and rear spoilers. Thanks to all these enhancements, the S-FR Racing Concept sports an angry look that appears ready to terrorize any racetrack.

The original S-FR concept showed off a little brother to GT86, sitting a full 10-inches shorter than that car.

Toyota still hasnít announced anything to do with powertrains, beyond saying that the S-FR will be a front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports car with a proper manual transmission.

The S-FR Racing Concept will be on display at the Tokyo Auto Salon in 2016, a show dedicating to customized cars. The S-FR racing concept will be revealed alongside the Voxyís G and Noahís G concept, both of which are souped up minivans.
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