Toyota officially unveiled its hotly anticipated FT-1 sports car concept Monday at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. This front engine, rear-wheel-drive concept car represents a pinnacle of sorts in Toyota USA's recent shift back to a bolder and more sporty brand image that started with Scion, progressed with the FR-S/FT-86 sports car, and is culminating in the FT-1. This car is widely thought to be the successor to the legendary Supra, and builds upon Toyota's rich sports coupe heritage dating back to the Sports-800, 2000GT, Celica, Supra, MR2, and FR-S.
For 10 years now, Scion has been putting out stylish cars to appeal to the youthful generations of today. To celebrate their decade long existence, Scion’s released their 10 series line, which features their great lineup of cars as limited edition models to help celebrate the occasion. Only 10,000 were made so stop by Wellesley Toyota Scion to check out these great rides before they sell out.
The Scion FR-S was the first step of Toyota's plan to move away from their old reputation as "boring" and "plain" and become a more exciting brand. So far, their efforts have been a resounding success, as the FR-S has started to rake in multiple awards as we transition into 2013.