The LF-ZC’s 2026 arrival suggests it will use Toyota’s next-generation liquid-electrolyte batteries with up to 500 miles of range. With reduced weight and an anticipated reduction in production costs of 20% compared to the battery in the Toyota bZ4X, the new battery seems perfect for the FT-Se, a small sports car where keeping the mass down will surely be a top priority.
There are other obvious signs that the FT-Se is destined for production. Earlier this year, Toyota CEO Koji Sato expressed his desire for more GR-badged sports cars in the company’s lineup to join the likes of the GR86 and GR Supra.
“The Gazoo brand will be acknowledged for the future – and maybe we can even speed it up,” he said at the time.
Alongside other new Toyota concepts like the FT-3e and Land Cruiser Se, it’s the FT-Se that looks closest to being production-ready. The exterior design looks well-resolved, and while the cabin will likely be toned down for production, we can’t imagine the car wouldn’t draw interest if it appeared in showrooms exactly as it is now.
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