Toyota FT86 Concept at Paris Motor Show 2010

Toyota FT86 at Paris Auto Show 2010 Toyota FT-86 Concept is displayed at Paris Motor Show 2010 (Mondial de l'Automobile 2010). Its the same car that was shown at Toyota Showroom in Paris. No new information is provided about the sporty compact car. On 30th of September, 2010, Toyota press release presentation was held by Mr. Didier Leroy, President – Toyota Motor Europe.
Though there are great new cars shown at the Toyota deck, once again at the end of

Subaru / FT-86 test mule spied in Death Valley, California

The black FT-86 concept test mule we`ve previously reported has now been spied cruising at Death Valley in California. Nothing big has changed in the subaru bodied Toyota concept. The hood is replaced with some scoop type form but in sealed form, as well there is no intercooler in front. But still this could mean that a turbo model could be planned, or maybe there`s a room for supercharger?

FT86 Concept in Paris, France, Toyota showroom

toyota FT86 in parisSince June 2010 the FT86 Concept car has been desplayed at Toyota showroom in Paris, France. It is open to public and available to visitors in the very heart of Paris - Le Rendez-Vous Toyota showroom on Champs-Elysees Avenue. Paris Motor Show 2010 is coming in October, so we might see it on the show as well - maybe some new announcements from Toyota? For now enjoy these photos and videos!

FR-S, 86 - trademarks by Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC)

Toyota FR-S, FR-S trademarkUPDATED: trademark "86" registered!
FR-S: is it going to be the production name of the FT-86 concept? This question is rumbling around the interwebs like all the previous rumors and hype. But the speculation might have some truth in it. Anyway, on May 27th Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has filed a trademark "FR-S" in U.S.A. and Canada. Trademark is registered as standard character mark in Goods&Services category "Automobiles and structural parts thereof"...

FT86 Concept at "Auto China 2010", Beijing auto show

Toyota FT-86 concept is presented at "Auto China 2010" or "Beijing International Automotive Exhibition". This is one of the greatest Toyota appearances in Auto shows, because together with Faw Toyota, Guangdong Toyota and Lexus, Toyota will participate in the 2010 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition with about 50 models, including concept vehicles, domestic and imported cars. This is a historic moment for Toyota in terms of its presence at an auto show in China with regards to its exhibition area and number of models presented.

Toyota FT-86 concept press release for Geneva Motor Show 2010

The FT-86 concept european debut took place in Geneva Motor Show 2010. While the concept vehicle of FT-86 is the same as presented in Tokyo Motor Show 2009 and Toyota MegaWeb, the hype was high and the world was waiting for the FT-86 appearance. Toyota presented the FT86 along Toyota Auris hybrid, RAV4 and FT-EV2 vehicles. The event was also important as it proved the FT-86 redesign rumors to be false. Today we present all the official info

Osaka Automesse 2010: FT-86 G Sports & AE86 Trueno

Osaka Automesse 2010: FT-86 G Sports & AE86 TruenoOn 12-14 February, 2010, another exhibition took place in Japan - Osaka Auto Messe 2010. "OSAKA AUTOMESSE" is a motorshow forcusing on various parts for car-modification, like Dress-Up and Tune Up, since 1997. This time OSAKA AUTOMESSE reaches 14th session. Comparing to Tokyo Motor Show and Tokyo Auto Salon, AutoMesse is a tuning car exhibition. Many tuning and racing teams were showcasing their work. Toyota joined the exhibition showcasing their FT-86 G Sports concept along the Initial D showcar AE86

Redesign rumors false? Q&A Jaromir Cech, Toyota FT-86 designer

Redesign rumors FALSE, Q&A Jaromir Cech, Toyota FT-86 designer

The Toyota FT-86 concept will be a production reality by 2012, arriving in the UK with a target price of less than £20,000 for the entry level model.

To find out more about the car, which rumours suggest will be formally confirmed for production at the upcoming Geneva motor show, Autocar sent Steve Sutcliffe to meet its designer, Jaromir Cech.

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