^^ Toyota is being confusing now. I love those Toyota UK pictures but assuming this has been covered on multiple car new sites already: https://leftlanenews.com/toyota/2015-toyota-s-fr-to-remain-a-concept/ Tada- san is now saying that the trouble with producing the S-FR is that it's still difficult to keep the cost as low as they wanted (and maintain their quality level one assumes) but mainly the S-FR's would see competition from all the used FR-S's, 86's and BRZ's in the second and third hand market now. It makes sense but... this could also be construed in the same way as claiming there "wasn't demand" for a manual MKV Supra. Or it could just be Toyota's way of suggesting they want to continue with the 86 2nd gen and make the MR2 the "third brother" above the brand new and used 86's. Still... I hope this is just more testing of the waters PR. The S-FR deserves a chance.