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Meet the new topless Scion

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Published on Sun, Mar 10, 2013

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

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Toyota\'s sneak peak at what the Scion FR-S convertible will look like

At the Geneva Motor Show, it was introduced as the Toyota FT-86 Open Concept, but you can bet your Gundam that this will soon be sold as the new Scion FR-S Convertible in the States. Toyota says the Open Concept was created to gauge consumer reaction to the possible development of a cabriolet version of the GT-86 (FR-S in the USA), but a strong public reception is a foregone conclusion. Toyota says the Open Concept retains the same 2+2 seating arrangement, the same dimensions, and the same power train as its sports coupe counterpart—all with minimal weight gain.

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To means the impact on structural rigidity by converting to an open-top design should not be great,” said the carmaker in its press release. “Efficient measures to preserve rigidity are being analyzed, such as the use of door lock reinforcements.”

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With the FR-S Sport Coupe going for around $25,000, we suspect that Scion is aiming for the $30,000 mark as the target price for the convertible. [nggallery id=ft86openconcept]

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