2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II2012 Toyota FT-86 II Concept, a new concept debuted at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the second generation prototype and according to Toyota, 2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II take a step closer to final draft coming sports car. Toyota designers restyled 2012 Toyota FT-86 II Concept coupe profile by removing the lower fold line and add a new line, which starts from the front fenders with air vent and the theater round at the top of the rear window, which itself grew in size. In addition, Toyota is split windshield and took Blackout column surface, while the rear wheel arches are pronounced, and new side rocker panels.
2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept IIThis concept cars measures the length 4235 mm, width 1795 mm and 1270 mm high, with wheelbase, length 2570 mm.yang same for I-86 FT. The FT-86 will come with a six-speed manual transmission and rear wheel drive in standard form. While Toyota has not stated what power plant will be in the FT-86, Subaru announced this week that their version of the car will feature a 2.0 liter flat-four boxer engine in base models. A turbocharged variant akin to what is available in the WRX models is a logical possibility. An automatic transmission and all-wheel drive are also possible, though not listed as options at this time.
2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept IIProduction version of Toyota’s FT-86 II, developed in conjunction with Subaru, will using free gasoline boxer engine-revving with a manual transmission compact and lightweight 6 -speed and low center of gravity to achieve the best possible resources for the ratio weight.
2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept IIThe car says Akio Toyoda is inspired in part from the vintage Toyota 2000 GT and Corolla Levin AE86. ‘When the Toyota 2000 GT was built, I was eleven years old – and I loved it. I said: “I want to drive something like this when I grow up”. My dream came true when I drove a 2000 GT in a vintage car rally. That was a really great experience. I want young people to feel those same desires when they see a new Toyota sports car. I want to transfer the thrill of the race track to our vehicles, and make driving fun and exciting for our customers.’ Akio Toyoda, President of Toyota Motor Corporation.
2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II uses petrol boxer engine which is paired with 6-speed transmission. 2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II will have better strength and will be offered in both FWD and RWD configurations. No official statement about the power output. Toyota FT-86 prototype will undergo phase II testing in various street characters of the world. This is to get the 2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II as a model that is ready production.
Since Toyota began the development of its 2-cylinder boxer engined Sports 800 in 1962, the company has maintained a long history of creating exciting, driver-focused sports cars that have proved as popular with the public as they have been successful in competition. The beautiful 2000 GT helped establish the company’s global reputation as a sports car manufacturer.
2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept IIWith its reputation for delivering pure excitement and embodying the fundamental joy of driving, the Corolla Levin AE86 is the inspiration behind Toyota’s latest sports car concept, the Future Toyota-86 II.
With the proportions of its long, low bonnet, high wings and rear-set cabin paying homage to Toyota’s illustrious sports car history, the dynamic power of the 2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II gives the clearest indication yet as to the final design of Toyota’s next sports car. The 2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II is an entirely driver-oriented concept, designed to give form to the intrinsic joy of driving through precise, instantaneous responses to even the smallest throttle or steering input, for those who regard driving as a passion rather than a necessity. Based on the ‘Functional Beauty’ concept, its bold, sweeping form has been generated entirely through the constraints of function, and aerodynamics developed from F1 technology.
2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept IIBoth powertrain and driving position have been set as low and as far back as possible to optimise balance for maximum poise, high speed stability and dynamic agility. Allied to a front engine, rear-wheel drive format, this awards the FT-86 II lively, accessible performance, highly engaging, readily-exploitable dynamic abilities and maximum driving pleasure.
European sales of Toyota’s new sports car will begin in 2012.
2012 Toyota Sport Cars FT-86 Concept II