Toyota FT-86 G Sports Turbo Concept. (G's edition) new FULL HD video

The G Sports Concept is equipped with a turbo charged 2 liter boxer engine, a carbon GT wing on the rear, G's body kit all around, G'z 19 inch rims with Potenza RE050, G'z Recaro bucket seats, and even a Roll cage.

toyota ft-86 g sports videoThe prototype model featured many upgrades over the standard FT-86 concept shown in Tokyo last October including a turbocharged version of the 2.0-liter boxer-four and a wide body aero kit.

Subaru 216a bigger and more powerful than Toyota FT-86

The Subaru version of the FT-86 will be larger, heavier and more powerful than its Toyota cousin. NPM4FMET4MKK According to a recent report in Japan’s Best Car magazine (and brought to us by the team at 7Tune), the Subaru-branded Toyobaru will receive the 216A chassis code, rather than the 086A badge that the Toyota will get. (In North America, the FT-86 will go by the 087A chassis code, while European models will get the 088A code).

Toyota FT-86 at Tokyo Motor Show 2009

toyota ft-86 photos at tokyo motor show 2009, debut, premiereTokyo Motor Show 2009 that is held from October 24 to November 4, 2009 was incredible. Of course it was because of the Toyota Motor Corporation industries - Toyota FT-86 concept and Lexus LF-A. At the Tokyo Auto Show, Toyota drew back the covers on its new compact sports car concept, the FT-86. Using a Subaru engine, it has long been rumored that the rear drive car would also be sold as a Subaru, with with an all-wheel drive layout. Now word comes

Toyota FT-86 concept debut in Gran Turismo 5 trailer!

Toyota’s new FT-86 Concept car hasn’t even received its official unveiling at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show and yet its already made its video game debut in the upcoming Gran Turismo 5! Toyota has released a short clip of the FT-86 in the upcoming GT5 game. There are plenty of great scenes of the stunning new Toyota, and even a nice under-hood shot of a boxer engine D-4S. As expected there’s also some nice running footage of the FT-86 drifting alongside its inspirational predecessor, the AE-86.