The in-house battle for the FR-S concept car has been won by Scion, but that doesn’t mean a sports car is off the table for the Toyota brand. The upcoming rear-wheel-drive Scion model “does not change my desire to have a sporty car with the Toyota badge,” Bob Carter, Toyota Div. group vice president and general manager, tells Ward’s in a recent interview. Carter says he was always an advocate of giving the Subaru co-developed FR-S, which started out as the Toyota FT concept, to Scion. ...

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