Geneva 2011 – Toyota FT-86 II Concept – rpmGo.com

Toyota FT-86 II Concept

Remember the Toyota FT-86 Concept? Well, the Japanese automaker has revealed photos of the second iteration of this mode which according to the company is very close to the production model that will go on sale next year.

Toyota FT-86 II Concept

The designers over at Toyota restyled the car’s profile by removing the lower swoop line and adding instead, a new beltline that starts from the front wheel arch with a cheesy air vent and then finishes off on the tip of the rear window; a rear window that is a little bit bigger in comparison to the one on the first FT-86. They’ve also split the front window and got rid of the blacked out A-column finish and the car’s rear wheel arches are more pronounced along with the new side rocker panels.

Toyota FT-86 II Concept

In the front, you’ll notice the redesigned bumper, that huge center grille and the more concave surfaces on both corners, as well as the new LED daytime running lights. Out in the back, you can see the new standalone, protruding tail lamps plus a revised bumper that incorporates a more pronounced diffuser and bigger tail pipes. It also features a fitment of a fixed wing and a redesigned boot lid.

Toyota FT-86 II Concept

The Toyota FT-86 II Concept measures 4,235mm long, 1,795 mm wide and 1,270 mm high, making it bigger with 75 mm in length, 35 mm in width and 10 mm in height in comparison to the FT-86 I. The wheelbase remained the same, measuring 2,570 mm long.

Toyota FT-86 II Concept

We don’t know what sort of engine the car will get, but we do know that is going to be a Subaru-sourced plant and the power will be delivered to the rear wheels via a traditional 6-speed manual gearbox.

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