Toyota 86 & Subaru BRZ News Archive:
 

 
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Turbocharged Subaru BRZ Speculated to be in development for 2014

According to drive.com.au a Turbo Subaru BRZ is being developed by Subaru Technica International (STI). It is speculated that the car would debute in 2014. Subaru Australia has stated that they are not at all aware of any Turbo...
by Oliver Trako
 

 

 
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Toyota 86 Australian Media Launch Review (Detailed – Lots of Pics and Videos)

For intricate details about the Australian Toyota 86, its standard features and specs please have a look at our previously posted story of the official media pack booklet. The booklet has all the clever Toyota 86 marketing and ...
by Oliver Trako
 

 
 
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Scion Expects Up to 20,000 FR-S Sales Annually

The all-new Scion FR-S rear-drive sports car should sell at a rate of 10,000-20,000 units annually in America, a top official says. “We’re confident we can sell every one we get our hands on,” Jack Hollis, Scion vice pres...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
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GT86.com.au part of Australian Toyota 86 Google+ Hangout with Lead Engineer Tada-San!

On the 11th of April of 2012, gt86.com.au took part in an official Toyota Google+ hangout with Mr Tada-San, the chief engineer behind Toyota’s newest sports car, the world’s first horizontally opposed engine and rea...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
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Subaru BRZ Tunehouse Cosworth Concept Rendering

Australian aftermarket tuner Tunehouse is known for cranking out some serious Subaru hardware. And this rendering coupled with a few ideas from Tunehouse insiders show what might be one of the world’s first functionally m...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
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Tuners measuring the Scion FR-S at Scion / Toyota organised event

Scion has always been a friend to the automotive aftermarket, and with the new Scion FR-S, the tuner sect is about to get even more friendly with the brand. Evidence of this close relationship with aftermarket companies can be ...
by Oliver Trako