Called 734A internally, the yet-unnamed sedan will stretch 187 inches long, 70 inches wide and 55 inches tall, dimensions that will make it roughly the same size all around as a Subaru Legacy. The sedan will likely feature frameless doors and a specific rear end treatment, but the coupe’s front end will be grafted to the sedan with only minor modifications.
“It’d be easy to bring the B-pillar forward, add a rear door and slant the rear roof section to create a viable sedan look,” revealed an anonymous inside source at Toyota.
The coupe’s 200-horsepower, 2.0-liter flat-four is not powerful enough to briskly move the extra weight added by sedan body style so engineers will fit the car with a turbocharger in order to raise its output to around 250 horsepower. The upgraded mill will also find its way under the hood of the coupe.