Competition parts, cars and car kits are sold without warranty. It is the responsability of the purchaser and user to determine their suitability and legality for caliper40.exe purpose they are intended. 2017 Toyota GT86 PRO D-4S 2. Japan’s seminal fastback coupé, which was also powered by a 2.

Toyota also referred to its first sports car, the Sports 800, given that both this car and the 86 share a boxer engine layout. The first was the Toyota FT-HS, which was presented at the Detroit Motor Show in 2007. The collaboration produced a concept car, the FT-86, which debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2009. Smaller than the FT-HS, the design of the FT-86 was further refined by Toyota’s ED2 design studio while the hybrid V6 powerplant was replaced by the new D-4S boxer.

At the 2010 Tokyo Motor Show, Toyota launched its G Sports line of aftermarket accessories, along with the FT-86 G Sports concept car. In 2011, Toyota and Subaru unveiled five near-production concept cars to show their progress with the project. The first, known as the FT-86 II Concept, was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2011. ED2 refined the design of the initial FT-86, by developing new front and rear fascias, and marginally increasing the dimensions of the concept. Scion followed in April 2011 at the New York Motor Show with the FR-S Sports Coupé Concept, co-developed with aftermarket tuner Five Axis. The production Toyota 86 debuted at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. All variants are built at Subaru’s Gunma Main Plant, with the first cars assembled on 2 February before sales began in March and deliveries in April.

Subaru was limited to only 6,000 units. 45 size, depending on sales market. The final drive ratio was lowered from 4. The 86’s rear-wheel drive configuration and front-mounted flat boxer engine allow a low center of gravity for strong handling characteristics.

According to the 86’s designers, “The goal was to create an authentic rear-wheel drive sports car with compelling style, exceptionally balanced performance and handling, flexible utility and surprising MPG. When asked about the TRD version of the car, the lead engineer Mr. Tada said “There is definitely going to be a more TRD oriented variant down the line. The 86 “boxer” side badge appears on all Toyota and Scion versions of the car, but not the Subaru BRZ. GT86 and the BRZ are the front grilles and bumper bars. The interior uses low mounted front seats and fold down rear enabling increased storage space.