Toyota S-FR Concept at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show
Toyota S-FR Concept
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4th November, 2015
The Toyota S-FR is a concept vehicle that continues the proud heritage of
Toyota's fun-to-drive lightweight sports cars. Pitched as an entry-level model, the new concept emphasises
responsiveness, and aims to make a whole new generation fall in love with driving.
Compact and Simple
The concept's compact body is incredibly light, yet offers a smooth driving style. Not just a sports car, it pairs
the simplicity of an entry-level model with an togetherness that brings human and machine closer.
Fun to Drive
Benefiting from the unique advantages of a lightweight sports car, the concept offers smooth, responsive
and direct handling that gives a real sense of communication between car and driver―one key benefit of the FR
(front engine/rear drive) format.
The concept's long nose and wide stance make for an archetypal sports car profile, while the familiar
roundness of its frame inspires a feeling of closeness. The simple and modern finish of the interior
rounds off a design that stresses approachable simplicity while conveying the vehicle's performance
and sporty spirit.
- The full-fledged FR lay-out gives the engine a front midship location. Optimal weight distribution and
independent suspension make for outstanding cornering performance.
- A six-speed manual transmission offers smooth acceleration, adding to the car's fun, responsive
- The Toyota S-FR was conceptualised as the kind of vehicle that attracts its own die-hard fan base,
whose members love driving and customising it.
Length: 3,990 mm
Width: 1,695 mm
Height: 1,320 mm
Wheelbase: 2,480 mm