Toyota 86 Motor Sports

February 16th, 2013 · 0 Comments · Toyota

The Toyota 86 sports coupe is a Japanese automobile manufacturers jointly developed by Toyota and Subaru. This is a boxer engine, front-engine, rear wheel drive, 2 +2 seating layout and features. Toyota 86  for three different creators, Toyota Subaru and its associated products are sold under. Toyota, Subaru and scion.

Toyota AE86, a rear wheel drive sports coupes and 1983 from a 1987 Toyota Corolla Levin and Toyota Sprinter Trueno as the most popular and best selling hatchbacks – meant to be considered a series. For example, 86 of the Toyota AE86 has been named as the spiritual successor during the 86’s press release. 86 Toyota Toyota’s heritage can be 2000GT, Toyota’s classic front-engine, rear – drive with a 2.0 Toyota Sports 800, Toyota’s first sports car which used a boxer engine liter engine along with the car back to the drawing. Coincidently, engine bore and stroke is 86 mm.

Reference to the significance of the series AE86 Trueno and both rear-wheel drive, with the last in the series was Levin, the Sprinter Trueno and Corolla Levin AE92 series of front-wheel drive and then released. The Corolla Levin and Sprinter Trueno Levin and Trueno for each generation to improve the performance of the Corolla and Sprinter packages, and logged about the current platform is a unique style to the current Corolla.

Toyota 86 Concept Version

Toyota FT-86 was a concept car Toyota and Subaru have jointly created. Many of the design cues from the earlier FT-HS concept vehicle is formed. It is a 2.0-liter Toyota – Subaru “D:-4s” also features the boxer engine. A modified Subaru Impreza platform FT-86-rides 101.2 inch wheelbase, with length, width, height and 163.8, 69.3 measurements, and 49.6 inches, respectively, with.

Toyota 86 FT-86 G Sports

Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept Toyota FT-86 concept is built jointly by Toyota and Subaru and Toyota G Sports range as part of the January 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon has shown a change. The FT-86 FT-86 G Sports Concept from carbon fiber panels, a vented bonnet, a large rear spoiler, new 19 inch tires and the difference between the use of a custom exhaust. The interior features Recaro bucket seats and a rollcage. Horizontally opposed engine with a turbocharger to be upgraded. FT-86 G Sports Concept Amlux, Ikebukuro has not reappeared at Toyota’s showroom. The production version of the Toyota FT-86 as 86 has been named.

Toyota 86 Subaru BRZ

Subaru 1500 Subaru BRZ is the second FR car from Subaru. “BRZ” boxer engine, rear wheel drive and a picnic Z is the final letter. A new Japanese Subaru BRZ sports car market that a number of performance upgrades and some specifically designed for the new disc brakes, ventilated air ducts, a new engine oil cooler, and Torsen limited slip differential for the version with the safety features of the equipment has .

Toyota 86 Version Production

Toyota and scion are slight differences between elements. Subaru BRZ mainly the front end of another, where the hexagonal lattice versus a Toyota and scion of the inverted trapezoid shape it. In North America, Toyota version, sold as a scion, was ready to come with the package, install the preferred type of infection is limited. Subaru version of the two packages, Premium and Limited come in as a label. Premium equivalent to the North American scion FR-S satellite navigation and HID headlights addition, when the heated seats and exterior mirrors Ltd, dual-zone climate control, keyless ignition and as additional features are added.

Japan, it is exclusive dealerships to Toyota Netz Store locations in Japan, which uses the same method used in the sales of North American sales channel, called the scion. This is a Tokyo Motor Show in October 2009 under the name of the first presented as a concept car Toyota FT-86, FT “Future Toyota” is shorthand for.

Later, a high-performance version of the January 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon as the Toyota FT-86 G Sports was launched. The 2011 Geneva Motor Show, a third concept car Toyota FT-86 is shown. The BRZ and FR-S concept car, Subaru BRZ STI concept and the scion FR-S concept. 86, BRZ and FR-S production version will be unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.

Toyota 86 Design

Toyota 86 is a front mounted boxer engine, rear wheel drive configuration was designed around. Boxer engine architecture allows it to be mounted low to flat, drop down the center of gravity, the sporty handling characteristics. Toyota 2000GT’s exterior design is very low 86’s on-the-ground profile and long, sleek hood inspired by. The Toyota AE86 is the total light vehicle with a front engine, rear wheel drive, decent design of the FR-S will design combined with the use of the engine power was most inspired. 86 According to designer, “this compelling style, exceptionally balanced performance and handling, flexible utility and surprising MPG with pure rear wheel drive car was created.”

Previous design of Toyota cars Toyota Sports 800, Toyota 2000GT, and the Toyota AE86 inspired by sports cars. TRD version of the car when asked to, lead engineer, Mr. Tada said, “There is definitely a more optional TRD will be based on the down line., But the value of the TRD model will be 86, so you have to be seen in the current Toyota is no need to wait.”

Toyota 86 GT

Toyota 86 GT

Toyota 86 interior of a 2 +2 seating configuration of 86, which is mounted under the front seat utilization characteristics. Increased storage space for large items to enable the rear seats fold down. The interior is available in three variations, FR-S is ready for the all black interior to a “T” or “wrong carbon fiber” pattern features have cloth seats, red stitching e-brake boot the boot is devoid of transfer.

There are two available internal BRZ, FR-S does not have a uniform silver dash highlights, an e-brake boot with red stitching, red seat inserts can be avoided, black and white gauge face instead of a touch screen navigation head unit, a second skin & alcantra heated seats, automatic control of HVAC, and a push – button to start the upgrade option.

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