Toyota is looking to build on the success of the GT-86 — known as the Scion FR-S here in America — with two new sports cars. It has been long rumored that Toyota has been trying to bring back the legendary Supra nameplate, but it also appears the company looks to bring a smaller, entry-level car to the mix as well. The S-FR concept was previewed ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show this week. According to Motor Authority, the vehicle is aimed at the younger generation, with a goal of making them fall in love with driving. The front-engine, rear-wheel drive concept is powered by a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder that makes 130 horsepower. While power seems low, the scant 2,160 pound curb weight should make the SF-R plenty of fun to drive. More details are expected later in the month as the SF-R makes its official debut at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, which begins October 29.