Just the other day, we reported that the new Scion FR-S (and all its derivatives) could also get a sedan and a shooting brake version in the near future. The announcement was made by Scion FR-S chief engineer, Tetsuya Tada, who reported that the car’s body has been designed to support many more styles than just the coupe and convertible.
Today we have created a rendering of the possible sedan version that may help you better understand what it may look like. As you can see, the body remains very similar to the coupe version, but it gets an additional two rear doors and, of course, increased cabin room.
Under the hood, we would expect to see the same engine used in the coupe: a 2.0-liter front boxer engine that delivers a total of 200 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque. The engine would mate to the same six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission.
We highly doubt that this model will ever see the light of day, but it is an interesting concept nonetheless. If it ever does hit the market, we wouldn’t expect to see it for at least five years.