2009 Toyota FT-86G Sports Concept


The Toyota FT-86 is the first concept car at the show in Tokyo in 2009 . In 2010 the Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept is presented, then the living room of Geneva in 2011 the latter concept appears under the name FT-86 II. The model will be marketed in the U.S. under the brand name Scion FR-S and at Subaru as Subaru BRZ. The code name given by Toyota means "Future Toyota 86" in honor of the AE86 Corolla . This car will work hard to succeed to the regretted Celica , Supra and Corolla AE86 . These are the last true sports produced by Toyota .

This is a 2-liter boxer (flat) and high speed of about 200 horses, it will be based on the block Subaru EJ20. The interest of this block is flat to lower the center of gravity to improve driving pleasure, but also to allow for a very plunging front cover. A new type of injection is developed by Toyota specifically for this model: D-4S (direct and indirect injection). The exhaust will be provided by Yamaha , recurring collaborator Toyota gasoline engines in particular.


It will be a propulsion motor with forward position. Everything will be mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, a limited slip differential (LSD) and a traction control switched off entirely. The center of gravity should be the lowest on the market today.

Measuring 4.19 m long (3 cm or more than the FT-86 concept presented in Tokyo in 2009) for a width of 1.78 m, this shoe drive wheels 19 inches and features some nice bucket seats designed by Recaro. Particularly sharp, the beast is flanked by a large carbon fiber spoiler and a diffuser that smells good racing. The croup is highlighted by a massive dual exhaust. The black hood, with multiple vents and ends on a thin shell, contains a 2,000 cc twin-turbo engine, which moves the cut through a six-speed manual transmission. His power is not yet known by cons.

From prototype to production model

In 2012, Toyota has formalized the mass marketing of GT-86 (named 86 in Japan, in at Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ ).
The production model will be available in France in July 2012 at a single price of € 29,900. The GT-86 is equipped with: limited slip differential, alloy wheels 17'' exclusive, xenon headlights, fog lamps, daytime running lights, dual-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, front sport seats, Toyota Touch system and open / close doors and keyless start.
The GT-86 will be powered by a 4-cylinder, 2.0-liter gasoline direct injection and dual indirect D-4S for 200 hp at 7,000 rpm / 205 Nm at 6400 rev / min all with transmission powered.
Toyota renews with sports coupes, six years after the judgment of the Celica .


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