Archive for Toyota FT-86

GT86 Awesomeness

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 2, 2011 by prolifik1

Saw this via Stanceworks. One fuckin’ clean photoshop of an 86 hella dropped on SSR Professor SP1’s.

Damn, seeing how they would look done up, makes me want one even more. Besides the fact that it use to remind me of the Celica I once had.

TRD Sports Track Competition Package 86

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 29, 2011 by prolifik1

Aww yeah! I really can’t wait for this car! I think I’m going to get one once it drops.

Here’s the “NO” version. Notice the bronze TE37’s. My color wheel and style of choice!

Here’s the “N1” version

via JonSibal

More of the Toyota GT86

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 26, 2011 by prolifik1

Saw 7tune post this one. That big ass wing is very reminiscent of the Supra.

Here’s a video of several production models of the 86 being driven.

Official FT-86 Production Name: The “86”

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , on November 26, 2011 by prolifik1

For those who are anticipating for the Toyota FT-86, along with it’s cousins the Scion FR-S, and Subaru BRZ; the official production name for the Toyota version will be the 86.  The European version will be called the GT-86. I feel bad for all the forums and websites who based their name with the “FT” in it. lol I guess time to register a new domain name.


source: Jalopnik

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TOYOTA FT-86 Devoted to Innovation

Posted in Cars with tags , , , on November 22, 2011 by prolifik1

I can’t wait! Want.

New FT-86 Concept II Teaser

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 7, 2011 by prolifik1

I want this car! Either in Toyota (not the Scion version) or the Subaru “BRZ” version.

2011 Geneva Auto Show: Toyota FT-86 II Concept

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 1, 2011 by prolifik1

I’m definitely feeling this car! It’ll obviously be a bit toned down for the production version, which is good since some aspects of the car is a tad overdone. Toyota, please keep it as a Toyota (No Scion please), this is a step forward to being the old fun Toyota we once knew.

Then again, the Subaru version sounds a lot more promising. AWD STI version in the works? Hmmmmm


Toyota teases FT-86 II concept for Geneva

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 27, 2011 by prolifik1

A teaser for Toyota’s FT-86 concept II for the Geneva Auto Show.  Subaru is also set to show off their version of the FT-86 too in Geneva.

I can’t wait…

via AutoBlog

New Toyota FT-86 G SPORTS Concept – Gran Turismo 5 (HD Trailer)

Posted in Cars with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 7, 2010 by prolifik1

Here’s the new Toyota FT-86 G-Sports (G’s) Concept in a Gran Turismo 5 HD Trailer. I know it’s only a video game render, but I’m looking more forward to the game as well as this car!

New Toyota FT-86 G SPORTS Concept by Gran Turismo 5 HD Trailer

New Toyota Line: G-Sport Series

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 7, 2010 by prolifik1

via AutoBlog

Seems like Toyota is doing everything in its power to shake the fuddy-duddy, emotionless appliance image its built for itself over the last fifteen years or so. First came word that ToMoCo’s Mr. Toyoda stated the brand needed to get sportier. Next came the very welcome news that along with Subaru, Toyota would be introducing a lightweight, RWD sport coupe (now known to be the FT-86) that would cost about $20,000. Finally, there’s the LFA, the $500,000 Lexus, that if the reviews are to be believed, just might be worth every penny.

That’s all well and good, but what if you want a sporty Prius?

Meet the G Sports Series. To quote Toyota, the G Sports Series, “is designed for customers who strongly desire to own a unique vehicle, offering them a personalized interior and exterior design along with sports-driving performance.” Put another way, Toyota is bringing the aftermarket in-house.

With a total of five vehicles getting the G Sports Series treatment, Toyota is looking to offer customized sportiness to whomever wants it. Only two of the five cars however are U.S. market vehicles: the Prius and the FT-86. The Prius gets one hell of a body kit, including sleek rear-wheel skirts. While far from beautiful, we have to say that we like the G Series Prius much better than the regular one.

But, the real news is the G Sports Series FT-86. Because it’s the FT-86 is still officially a “concept” Toyota isn’t revealing any hard data beyond RWD, 2.0-liters and six-speed manual. Good enough for us. As far as the G Sports Series version goes, it’s a little busy and the rear wing is beyond unnecessary. Still, we’re quite excited.

Especially as the front of the FT-86 might just be revealing an intercooler. Which would mean a turbocharger. Or is that just a fancy radiator? Well, you know the Subaru version is going to have an intercooler… Just to add to the speculation, check out the drift-o-rific video after the jump.

HmMm, is that a fancy radiator or could it be…an intercooler? I so hope we get a boosted version of this in the states. I would love to see Toyota step up to included a turbo version if ever in the future. We all know Subaru wouldn’t hesitate. With Toyota’s small ownership in Subaru; I hope they incorporate some aspects of Subaru in their future cars and vice versa.

Imagine, an awd version of the FT-86. I would love to see the Celica be brought back as a GT-4/All-Trac!!!

More G Sports (G’s) series cars which I find useless on a Prius.

Hmm Toyota Mark X