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Toyota S-FR Racing Concept to be shown at Tokyo Auto Salon


Attached Image Toyota has revealed an aggressive racing version of the S-FR concept and will be shown in the upcoming 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon. Based on the original concept shown earlier this year, the new concept gets a new front grill, bigger front bumper with an apron, a vented hood, wider fenders and new side skirts. At the rear, the car gets a huge swan neck GT wing and a large diffuser.

Attached Image Eagle-eyed readers might notice the racing concept looks longer and wider too. They are right because Toyota says that the S-FR Racing is 110 mm longer, 40 mm wider and 50 mm lower than the first concept pictured below.

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Attached Image No word has been given on what powers the car but it is rumored to run a naturally aspirated 1.5-litre or a 1.2-litre turbocharged engine.

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Turboflat4 Dec 06 2015 02:07 PM
God that looks horrid. Reminds me of a fish with its mouth wide open.
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