Toyota S-FR Racing Concept '16
Toyota S-FR Racing Concept '16
Appears in Gran Turismo Sport
Manufacturer Toyota
Displacement 1500 cc
Drivetrain FR
Max Power 349 BHP
Length 4100 mm
Width 1735 mm
Height 1270 mm
Weight 1,150 kilograms (2,500 lb)
Power/Weight Ratio 3.3 kg (7.3 lb) per horsepower

The Toyota S-FR Racing Concept '16 is a concept car produced by Toyota. It first appears in Gran Turismo Sport.

In-game descriptionEdit

The Toyota S-FR concept was first revealed at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The sporty car was compact at 3,990 mm in length and 1,695 mm in width, with a weight of only 980 kg. Together with a long nose and short deck style and front midship rear-wheel-drive layout, the car immediately gave an impression of being fun to drive. Though there are no plans for the commercial sale of the car, it gathered great attention from the visitors of the show.

The racing version of this car is the S-FR Racing Concept, revealed at the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon. As the name implies, this is also a concept car.

With fenders flared out by 20 mm per side, a large air outlet on the engine bonnet, and carbon aerodynamic parts such as the large front spoiler, rear wing, side skirts and rear diffuser, the additions change the impression of the car from its rather cute original styling to give it the visage of a GT racing machine.

While the street version of the S-FR concept was 1,320 mm in height, this car has been lowered by 50 mm down to 1,270 mm, and with virtually no road clearance, the suspension settings are predicted to be quite hard. The front brakes utilise drilled disks, and horizontally opposed 4 pot callipers.

Even at this stage no details were given regarding the engine, and there was no announcement of any future commercial sales. However, of all the cars displayed at the Auto Salon this year, it gathered a lot of attention.


GT SportEdit

This car can be purchased in the Toyota section of Brand Central for 80,000 Credits.


  • Despite being highly-detailed, it lacks an interior; as a result, it cannot be used in VR modes.
    • This might be because the windows were blacked out when the car was shown at Tokyo Auto Salon.
  • Strangely enough, this car is listed in the N400 class instead of Gr.4 or Gr.X, especially since it was given racing modifications.



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