Much like the Spanish Inquisition, nobody expected this.

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It's exactly the same as your average GT86 (née Scion FR-S), but with that ridiculous shooting brake rear end.

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A shooting brake, in modern parlance, relates to a coupe that takes on wagon-like features.

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If this had two more doors, it'd be a wagon, but it's technically a shooting brake.

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Not that it matters, because this car will never exist.

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The GT86's chief engineer said that, while he'd love to see it exist, it probably won't.

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And that makes sense, because who exactly is in the market for a coupe with extra rear space and two rear seats that are still useless for grown humans?

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While we'd love to throw this thing around a track, we're also cool just letting it exist as a piece of neat thinking that will never see the light of day.

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Although if you ask Toyota extra nicely, and approach them with several briefcases filled with cash, you never know what might happen.

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