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2013 Scion FR-S

2013 Scion FR-S makes U.S. production debut, sales start spring 2012

While the Toyota GT 86 and the Subaru BRZ ┬ámake their debut at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, Scion held a small gathering in Los Angeles tonight to debut their production version of the rear-wheel-drive sports car – the 2013┬áScion FR-S (Front-engine Rear-wheel-drive Sport). “Tonight will go down in history as not only the night […]

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Toyota CEO: Toyotas should be fun to drive, if it’s not fun then it’s not a car

Toyota CEO: Toyotas should be fun to drive, if it’s not fun then it’s not a car

Speaking to the press at the debut of the Toyota GT 86 at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, CEO Akio Toyoda said that a ‘fun to drive’ theme must remain in the company’s future. “I believe if it is not fun then it is not a car,” Toyoda said. “There are many different ways of […]

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Videos: Toyota GT 86 in action, first driving impressions

Alright – so if you were too busy with family or traveling this past weekend, you missed one of the most significant debuts of the year – the Toyota GT 86 rear-wheel-drive sports coupe, the production version of the Toyota FT-86 Concept. While messing around on YouTube, I decided to gather all the videos I […]

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2013 Toyota GT 86

BREAKING: Production Toyota GT 86 sports car revealed

Finally, after all the spy shots, concepts after concepts and leaks, Toyota has finally taken the covers off of the new production FT-86, known as the GT 86. Toyota says that the rear-wheel-drive 2+2 sports car is still in prototype form and is scheduled for launch in the spring of 2012. The model will be […]

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Video: Toyota teases production FT-86 before Tokyo debut

We are inching closer to the production debut of the Toyota FT-86 at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show after waiting almost two years since the original concept made its debut in 2009. It’s been a long time coming and to keep us on our toes, Toyota has dropped yet another teaser of the FT-86. We […]

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Toyota FT-86 leaked again… this time with a TRD Package

We’re sure why Toyota just doesn’t release official pictures and details of the production Toyota FT-86 – but until they day, we can keep relying on the internet to show us leaked brochure images. Following two previous leaks (here and here), we now have leaked brochure images of the Toyota FT-86 with a TRD package. […]

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Toyota FT-86 / Scion FR-S specs leaked via training manual

Last week, we saw leaked images of a tricked out Toyota FT-86 thanks to a leaked brochure of the company’s in-house tuning arm Modellista. Over the weekend, another brochure was leaked showing the production version of the Toyota FT-86. We now have another leak – a training manual that gives us more information on the […]

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More leaked images of the Toyota FT-86 hit the Internet

Just two days ago, we showed your the first leaked images of the production Toyota FT-86 rear-wheel-drive sports coupe, which will make its debut at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show later this year. However, those pictures never really gave us an idea of what the standard FT-86 will look like since the brochure was of […]

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Production Toyota FT-86 gets leaked in Modellista form

Our Inbox just overflowed with tips of what seems to be leaked images of the production Toyota FT-86… well, almost. What you see here are leaked images from a brochure of the new rear-wheel-drive sports coupe after receiving a makeover from Toyota’s in-house tuning arm Modellista. The leaked images show no technical details of the […]

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Toyota releases iPhone app to help market the new FT-86

Car companies are looking for all sorts of ways to market and pitch their products to consumers, especially for the younger crowd. And as an example of this, Toyota has just released a new iPhone application for future owners and current enthusiasts of the Toyota/Subaru (Toyobaru) rear-wheel drive sports car collaboration. Called the FT-86 World […]

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