Toyota’s S-FR entry-level sportscar concept makes its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show

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Toyota has steadily built a reputation for producing reliable cars at an affordable price and judging by this early preview, its latest entry-level sportscar concept seems to be no exception. Set to premier at the end of the month at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, the S-FR is a lightweight model that provides an agile and responsive drive at a fairly low cost.
Equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, a simple interior outfitted with all the essentials, and a front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout, there was a rumor that a cheaper alternative to the GT86 was in the works and this new concept could very well be on the market by 2018.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Tokyo Motor Show.
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Honda unveils the Civic Type R Concept II

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In preparation for the upcoming Paris Motor ShowHonda has unveiled the new Civic Type R Concept II. The car’s aggressively styled exterior matches its ferocity under the hood, featuring a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine capable of producing more than 280 PS (260 kW). While Honda has yet to reveal other key features, we do know that the new model will feature a “+R” racing mode that heightens engine and steering response as well as engaging the four-point Adaptive Damper System, thus delivering a more dynamic racing experience best suited for the track.

The Type R Concept II will be featured at the Paris Motor Show and is expected to go on sale in Europe next year.

 

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Nissan Maxima Sport Sedan Concept

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Nissan recently revealed its new Maxima Sport Sedan Concept at the Detroit Auto Show. Larger than the current Maxima in most respects except for height, other visual features include the floating roof, 21-inch rims, V-shaped grille, sharp grooves cut into the body and Nissan’s trademark boomerang-shaped headlights. On the performance side, the 4-door sedan packs a 3.5-liter V6 that generates over 300 horsepower to a front wheel drive via a Continuously Variable Transmission.

The production edition of the sedan is expected to debut later this Spring at the New York Auto Show in April.

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Nissan Maxima Sport Sedan Concept

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