Behind The Scenes With The Toyota FT-86 II Sports Concept

Excitement about the 2012 launch of Toyota’s new sports car is building following the world debut of the FT-86 II Sports Concept at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show a few weeks ago. Toyota took the chance to shoot the FT-86 II on location in Brussels last week. Below you will see the final result.

The FT-86 II is rear-wheel-drive, has a six-speed manual, and will be powered by a mid-FR Subaru boxer engine. The Toyota sports will have european sales beginning in 2012.

For more information and updates regarding Toyota’s upcoming FT-86 click here.

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  1. I still like it, but they made a few changes that I don’t like. The hood was lower in the first prototype and I loved it ‘couse it reminds of Honda’s “engineless” design from the early 90’s (remember Prelude and Civic EG5) differs from all other new safety regulations hoods of the other cars (Scirocco for example). And the hanging roof without A pillars, it was cool.

  2. Quite a cool car,i would like to see it on the road(or in my hands…).
    @GTspirit: change the foto viewing system please!its really annoying,you cant enjoy the pics like that.


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