Toyota FT-86 II Concept presentation

FT-86 II concept from Toyota introduces a new generation of sports car. This front engine, rear-wheel drive concept gives the clearest indication yet of the FT-86 final design.

FT-86 II perfectly recaptures the exhilarating spirit of the Toyota Corolla Levin AE 86 – the must-have rallying and circuit driving choice in the 1980s. It is driver-oriented, designed to give form to the intrinsic joy of driving.

Subaru Boxer Sports Car Architecture @ Geneva Auto Show 2011

Subaru has given us a first glimpse at its version of the FT-86. Sharing a chassis with Toyota’s FT-86, the car uses a rear-drive system that has been adapted from the AWD Legacy platform (same as Toyota FT-86).
On display at the Geneva Auto Show a day ahead of it’s official debut, people are disappointed that the architecture is not filled out with some stunning sheetmetal, but this revelation is far more important and certain to appease Suby fans around the globe. 

SUBARU “BOXER Sports Car Architecture"

Subaru officially announces its rear wheel drive coupe concept, which will be presented at Geneva 81st International Motor Show. The SUBARU “BOXER Sports Car Architecture” embodies the technology concept of Subaru’s Rear-Wheel Drive Sports Car, currently under joint development with Toyota Motor Corporation. It also represents a proposal of Subaru’s new platform technology, build around its key component – the Horizontally-Opposed Subaru Boxer engine.

FT-86 II concept: New Toyota concept hint

Toyota FT-86 II concept hintThe 2011 Geneva motor show will mark the premiere of a new evolution of the FT-86 sports concept vehicle presented for the first time at the 2009 Tokyo motor show.

The FT-86 II concept will give the clearest indication yet of the final design for Toyota's next sports car. Toyota has over 50 year-long history of creating exciting sports cars, and this new concept embodies the company's reborn passion for sports car driving.

Toyota Gran Turismo 5 24-hour race

ft86 gt5 24hour race

Former V8 touring car driver Neil Crompton has led his team to a thrilling victory, racing Toyota's FT-86G Sports Concept car in the 24-hour Gran Turismo® 5 Challenge. The Challenge, presented by MOTOR magazine, was fought out on PlayStation® 3 (PS3™) simulator pods on Toyota's stand at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney.

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