Toyota FT-86 II

Monday, June 23, 2014

2012_Toyota_FT-86_II_Concept-front-viewToyota Australia has confirmed it will market the production version of Toyota's FT-86 Concept II 2012 and the target began to be circulated on the continent Kangaroo next year. And delivery period will begin no sooner in the range of late 2012 or early 2013. Toyota FT-86 Concept II model 2012 sport coupe that was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in early March, will also be very good on the Toyota stand at the Australian International Motor Show 2011 to be held in Melbourne in early July. This model is a complete design concept developed jointly by Toyota and Subaru or Fuji Heavy Industries since August 2009. Toyota FT-86 Concept II 2012 performances in Australia and preparation for the launch of the final production version, are showing great interest will lead from Toyota enthusiasts as well as improve the image of Toyota in Australia.

2012_Toyota_FT-86_II_Concept-back-view2012 Toyota FT-86 II Concept shows the reference to the classic sports models like the 2000 GT Toyota and Toyota continues its tradition in giving birth to the modern and iconic sports cars such as Supra, MR2 and others. With handling and performance characteristics are presented to better meet the desires of sporty driving.

Toyota FT-86 II Concept 2012 model engine powered concoction with Toyota and Subaru. Subaru hallmark can be seen clearly with the boxer engine is located in front. Production version will also be using the same machine and equipment combined with 6 speed manual transmission.

2012_Toyota_FT-86_II_Concept-side-viewThe advantage of this sports car was also highlighted via the light weight and aerodynamic attributes developed based on Formula 1 technology. If you later have begun circulating in the Australian market, it will be a competitor for other sport models from Japan that is the Nissan 370Z, but the estimated price Toyota FT-86 II Concept 2012 will be more affordable than the nearest competitor’s candidate.

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