When the Toyota GT86, which is known as the Scion FR-S and soon to be Toyota 86, debuted in 2012, it was seen as the spiritual successor to the rear-wheel drive Corolla GT Coupe - also known as the AE86 - of the mid-1980s. Toyota is now re-emphasizing that connection with the creation of the GT86 Initial D concept, which is covered in livery from the Initial D Japanese manga comic series.
While the it's unlikely that Toyota would sell a rebadged Miata, there's a report that the roadster's chassis could be used for the next-gen Toyota GT86, Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ coupes.
A new rumor states that the Toyota is working a more powerful GT86/ Scion FR-S with a turbocharged engine that sends its power to all four wheels.
A new report claims that the Scion FR-S convertible will debut later this year, followed by a sedan version next year.
Slow sales of the Scion FR-S/ Toyota GT 86 rear-wheel-drive coupe is making it a hard case for Toyota to justify introducing a more powerful version.
Although Toyota has yet to announce any official plans to build a convertible version of the GT86/Scion FR-S, Toyota has announced that the FT-86 Open concept will take the stage at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Although Toyota has yet to make an official decision about a droptop version of the GT 86/Scion FR-S coupe, there are new reports that a sedan version may be in the works.
Toyota is giving the world a preview of what a droptop version of the Toyota GT86/ Scion FR-S could look like with the FT-86 Open concept that is going to debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.
According to Motor Trend, the rear-wheel-drive Toyota GT86 platform that is used by the Toyota GT86, Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ will also be used by the upcoming Toyota Supra successor and the next-generation BMW Z4.
Toyota has unveiled a special limited version of the Toyota GT86, the GT86 TRD. The GT86 TRD packs styling and performance upgrades from the TRD parts bin and is the first Toyota offered in the UK which official TRD parts have been used to create a specific production model grade.
According to the latest rumors, Toyota is slated to unveil a new convertible version of the Scion FR-S/ Toyota GT86 at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Scion has officially announced the pricing for the much anticipated 2013 Scion FR-S, which is Scion's version of the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ coupes. For just under $25k you get the FR-S equipped with a manual transmission. It's...
Subaru and Toyota initially joined up in 2005 and in April 2008, the two automakers decided to work together on a new rear-wheel-drive coupe. Four years later, the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S (Toyota 86 in Japan) are now...
This week Toyota officially unveiled the GT 86 and the Scion FR-S rear-wheel-drive sport coupe, which is slated to go on sale in the spring in the U.S. Now there are already reports surfacing that Toyota is already working...
It's finally here! After years of concept cars and most recently the plethora of spy photos and photo leaks, we have our first official look at the production version of the Toyota FT-86, now dubbed the 86 in Japan...
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