Toyota’s S-FR concept continues to generate curiosity for enthusiasts and now a new ‘racing’ version has been revealed.
Set to appear at the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon, the S-FR Racing takes the original concept unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show and adds a body kit, rear wing, racing wheels and more.
The S-FR is now much lower to the ground, thanks to a combination of lower suspension and the new body kit.
The rear wing appears to be adjustable and is accompanied by a huge rear air diffuser with central twin exhaust tips.
A more aggressive grille ensures passers-by know it’s the racing version, and a new white paint finish also sets it apart from the concept S-FR.
The S-FR Racing is stretched 110mm longer and 40mm wider than the S-FR, while height has been lowered by 50mm and the wheelbase is unchanged at 2480mm.
Engine and transmission details are unknown for now, but it’s possible the Racing shares the same 1.5 litre petrol engine rumoured to power the S-FR - but perhaps with more horsepower.
Despite the lack of firm details, the transmission is believed to be a manual-only affair (six-speed), so a conventional manual gearbox may also channel power in the Racing.
Stay tuned; more details are expected to come to hand ahead of the Tokyo Auto Salon.
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