Official Toyota GT 86 production version of the FT-86 photos album and video

Toyota announced the production version of the FT 86, Which eventually called GT 86, will be presented in the exhibition in Tokyo next week and sales will begin in England in June 2012. In Greece, the logic says that it will come off in September, not yet official. Let's look at the model in detail, although all the details we read the various leaks.

The name comes from the legendary Corolla GT AE86 (known as Levin) which came out in production from 1983 to 1987. The Corolla GT AE86 was a car that went down in history as one of the absolute fun to drive cars. The packet engine in front, drive back, all in a very small size and weight car, with perfect balance of weight / horsepower, made the AE86 is an absolute must-have car of its era.

Stylistically changes in relation to the FT-86 II Cocnept Geneva is minimal, with the GT 86 has weaker lines without losing the aggressiveness with dual exhaust tailpipes and rear spoiler to remain unchanged. The interior is quite nice and sporty, with a short shifter, tachometer mounted in the center, bucket seats and two-color three-spoke leather steering wheel diameter 365 mm, (the less loaded a car of Toyota) with red stitching. The speedometer has a final reading to 260 km / h, while the tachometer, which is located in the center-ends at 9,000 rpm

It has 8.0 litres/100 km consumption with the autonomy to reach the 620 km, the ratio of pounds per horsepower is 6.15, length 4.240 mm, width 1.775 mm, height 1.285 mm, wheelbase 2.570 mm, 1.520 mm front track and rear track 1,540 mm. The Toyota stresses that the car is designed to focus 100% on the driver, thus creating the "ultimate" sportcar ready to be able to offer excitement.

The car will be available in 2 versions, one which has generously equipped with leather steering wheel, 6 speakers, lights, xenon, LED day, VCS with ESP (which can be turned off completely), 6 airbags, steering wheel adjustment, aluminum pedals, automatic air conditioning and the locking differential with 17-ares wheels and the ventilated disc brakes front and back (in the simplest version ventilated disc brakes front only).





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