Geneva 11': Toyota FT-86 II Concept Unveiled…It's Almost Here!

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It seems like we’ve been waiting forever for the production version of Toyota’s new rear-wheel-drive coupe. Toyota has unveiled the FT-86 II concept at the Geneva Motor Show.

Toyota and Subaru have teamed up to create two rear-wheel-drive coupes, both of which are being unveiled in Geneva. The FT-86 II is a clear evolution of the FT-86 that debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show in fall 2009. According to Toyota, the FT-86 II concept is the closest thing yet to the production version that is expected to go on sale in 2012.


The FT-86 II gets a new front bumper and revised headlights with LEDs compared to the original concept. The wheel arches are now more pronounced and there is a rear spoiler. Under the hood the FT-86 II is powered by a 2.0L boxer engine.

Subaru is also going to be unveiling its Boxer Sports Car Architecture concept in Geneva, which is a preview of the Subaru coupe.

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