Mike Stevens | Oct 29, 2012

Toyota has teamed with three tuning outfits to develop a trio of concepts based on its 86 sports coupe, sold in the US as the Scion FR-S.

The concepts include a pair of moderately re-styled beige and bathtub green coupes, along with a track-focused carbon-clad monster.

The 'FR-S GT' features carbon-fibre add-ons designed by renowned auto artist Jon Sibal, along with a matte-black vinyl wrap and big 18-inch wheels wrapped in 235/40 and 275/25 rubber.

The racer's cabin gets a roll cage and Sparco seats with race harnesses, along with the usual racing bits: a quick release tiller, carbon fibre replacement parts and a start button.

There's a Vortech supercharger under the bonnet - although power figures haven't been released - and modifications to the suspension and brake packages are also on board.

The decidely un-stealthy 'Carbon Stealth FR-S' gets a beige paint job and a FiveAD body kit with carbon-fibre bits, along with darkened lights and 19-inch wheels shod with 235/35 tyres.

Inside, there's a roll cage and Recaro seats, along with carbon dash accents and an Alcantara headliner.

The 'Minty Fresh FR-S' adds new bumpers and skirts, a small rear spoiler, leather seats and an old-school Nardi steering wheel, along with a titanium shift knob and a custom audio setup.

There's an Eaton supercharger bolted to the engine, along with an Airlift suspension kit and bigger brakes.

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