Toyota 86 GRMN 2016
The FT-86 Concept was introduced in 2009 to the delight of Japanese sports car enthusiasts everywhere. The exciting front-engine/rear-drive sports car was developed by a collaborative effort between Toyota and Subaru, and it rekindled the spirit of the legendary Toyota AE86. In 2011, the production version of the FT-86 made its long-awaited debut at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The “FT” (Future Toyota) designation was dropped, going simply by the name Toyota 86. The new-generation “Hachi-Roku” (86 in Japanese) featured a profile similar to that of the FT-8 II concept shown at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. The sleek body adopted Toyota’s “Aero Handling” concept, which was the company’s advanced aerodynamic philosophy.