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Toyota has officially unveiled its FT-86 Open Concept

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Giving us a preview of the Scion FR-S Convertible, Toyota has officially unveiled its FT-86 Open Concept today at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

Though plenty of photos of the FT-86 Open Concept were leaked onto the Internet prior to the vehicle’s official debut, the Japanese automaker spilled more details on the four-seater convertible at its debut. Since the GT-86 was built on the premise of delivering high levels of driving excitement, Toyota managed to add just 13 pounds to the convertible model while still delivering a near-perfect 53:47 front-to-rear weight distribution. In fact, the removal of the hard-top roof improves the sports car’s center of gravity.

As of yet, Toyota has not confirmed a convertible version of its new sports car, though considering the hype its getting, and the fanboyism around the coupe, it’s all but certain. After all, Toyota has already officially said the chassis itself was designed to be a convertible from the start.

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