2012 Toyota GT 86


Toyota announced the release of color, "the passion is back" and frankly there is no shortage of pace this new sports coupe 86 GT 4 places named for Europe. Jointly developed with Subaru introduced for a few days ago at the Los Angeles Auto Show Concept BRZ until the final version after Tokyo, the Toyota GT cut 86 naturally inspired concept cars and Concept FT-86 FT- 86 Concept 2 shown in Geneva 2011 and 2010 World Cup.

Technically, this compact coupe that measures 4.24 m long and 1.28 m high, has an architecture that allows an extreme reduction and good weight distribution to achieve a perfect balance for an even more dynamic. The 86 GT coupe is based on a ground connection consists of 17-inch wheels and a front McPherson suspension and rear rockers. Under its hood is the new 4-cylinder Subaru Boxer 2.0 with an air injection type direct / indirect Toyota D-4S cocktail that enables the Japanese to get 200 hp to the regime of 7000 r / min for torque of 205 Nm at 6600 r / min.

This engine flat position before transmits power to the rear wheels via a manual transmission or 6-speed automatic transmission is also a 6-speed paddle shift. If Toyota is tight-lipped about certain technical data and performance and even more on the price of the toy, there is no doubt that this little lightweight coupe that keeps up with the sports coupe sporting the Japanese will be the envy of all the it adopts a cockpit with sporty atmosphere with bucket seats in black leather with red stitching while the dashboard chooses a banner carbon in pure sport.


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