The first-generation MR2 was introduced in 1978 and discontinued after the third-generation model ended production 29 years later. The electric Toyota FT-Se concept, unveiled at the Japan Mobility Show 2023, might be a preview of a future MR2 model.
Aside from an electric powertrain, Toyota CEO Kaji Sato did not mention any power numbers, but did hint that it could have a manual transmission, complete with a traditional clutch. The interior features a yoke-style steering wheel flanked by dual displays, a digital instrument cluster and Recaro racing seats trimmed in blue Alcantara.
- Authentically detailed LEGO replica of the legendary Toyota GR Supra, plus racing driver minifigure
- With its wider 8-stud chassis, the collectible model car toy has room for 2 minifigures and lots of authentic detailing
- Driver minifigure has a Toyota racing suit, safety helmet and wrench, providing plenty of inspiration for imaginative, high-speed play
Each and every customer will help create cars’ value. The role of cars will be to connect to society and expand the possibilities. What you want will create a car that’s just for you. That is the future with next-generation battery EVs and software-defined vehicles. Creating these electrified vehicles, and meeting the diversifying needs of customers around the world, requires multi-pathway approaches,” said Kōji Satō, Toyota President & CEO, Member of the Board of Directors.