Meaning, will Toyota forgo the tiny rear seats altogether or manage to find a way to keep them without sacrificing too much rear cargo space. Nothing is expected to change under the hood with the 2.0-liter boxer four remaining. A more powerful GT 86/Scion FR-S
is due to arrive shortly after along with the Subaru BRZ
STI. Speaking of which, it's still unknown whether a BRZ convertible will be made, but our guess is likely not. Autocar reports that weight gain for the convertible will be minimal and that the car's suspension could be adjusted due to lower stiffness. The US should see its version of the car, the Scion
FR-S convertible, go on sale sometime in 2014.