The all-wheel drive specialist Subaru ( sister model Subaru BRZ ) provides the technical platform including boxer engines and T oyota the direct injection system and the design. In bare numbers this means that the Toyota FT 86 is powered by a two-liter boxer with 200 hp at 7,000 rpm. and a maximum torque of 205 Nm at 6,600 rpm. fired.
Toyota GT 86 costs around 30,000 euros
The engine power of the Toyota GT 86 was fed to the rear wheels either via a six-speed automatic or a six-speed manual gearbox; Traction. A low weight and a low center of gravity should make the almost perfectly balanced athlete (53:47 percent) almost unrivaled. Especially if you include the estimated price of less than 30,000 euros.
In return, you get a 4.24 meter long and only 1.285 meter high racer with a wheelbase of 2.57 meters. Toyota accommodates four passengers and an interior that is also trimmed for sport. A three-spoke leather steering wheel with a diameter of 365 millimeters is emblazoned in front of a classic cockpit with three slightly interlocking round instruments - with the rev counter in the Toyota GT 86 dominating.
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Contoured sports seats with tall cars and red decorative stitching are intended for the driver and passenger of the Toyota GT 86 hold in position. A sufficiently wide center console separates the two and offers space for cup holders, handbrake levers, gear levers and the controls for the air conditioning. The air outlet nozzles rear up in the middle of the dashboard. Carbon applications, aluminum pedals and toggle switches in an airplane look round off the interior. The equipment includes ESP and ABS as standard.
The exterior appearance of the Toyota GT 86 is dominated by an aggressive front with slot-shaped headlights and a large radiator mouth. The fenders rise up powerfully and mark the bonnet with the Toyota logo emblazoned in the middle. On the side are the strong fenders and the wave-like bead that leads to the rear of the Toyota GT 86. ThereOnce arrived, there is a narrow spoiler and a diffuser that is home to two large round exhaust pipes.
In April 2008 Toyota and Fuji Heavy (Subaru) announced the expansion of their cooperation. At that time, the goal was set to have a compact sports car on wheels by the end of 2011 /beginning of 2012, which should also come to Europe at a relatively low price.
Toyota therefore stalled its Shares in Fuji Heavy from 8.7 to 16.5 percent. The new sports car is expected to appeal to a wide range of buyers from summer 2012 and will be built in a specially built plant in the Japanese province of Gumma.