Last month we reported the death of the convertible FR-S and put doubt upon the emergence of a turbo model, but reports from the Sydney Morning Herald indicate the GT86 may still see more ponies under the hood. During an interview with the publications automotive section chief engineer, Tetsuya Tada reportedly alluded that the car may be getting a performance boost via turbocharging, a displacement increase or possibly some manner of hybrid integration. As far as timeline, it seems that a mid-cycle update in 2015 makes the most sense. Tada wasn't done dropping dimes as the report goes on to hint that a replacement or successor to the GT86/FR-S may be in the works. Furthermore, it may NOT sport a boxer engine. Could this signal the end of the Toyota/Subaru partnership on the car?