Toyota 86 & Subaru BRZ News Archive:
 

 
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Subaru: Top spec BRZ coupe for NZ and AUS

Subaru will launch its BRZ coupe in New Zealand and Australia later this year with a one-only high-spec model. Both countries have turned down the mid-spec and lightweight bare-bones variants that will be sold in Britain and Ja...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
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VIDEO: Subaru begins BRZ and GT86 production

Subaru parent company Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd (FHI) announed today the start of production for the Subaru BRZ and Toyota GT 86. Commemorating the event at a special ceremony held at Subaru’s Gunma factory in Ota-city, J...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
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Toyota UK to see Toyota 86 TRD in early 2013

Toyota Racing Development has announced that the Toyota 86 TRD model will be on sale in United Kingdom as a special GT86 edition from early 2013. The car will have some special exterior modifications which will include aerodyna...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
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2012 Geneva Show: Subaru BRZ to be unveiled

2012 Subaru BRZ: 197bhp 2.0-litre engine Driving enjoyment is what the Subaru BRZ coupé is all about. The project – jointly developed with Toyota, which is selling its own-version badged GT86 – uses a 2.0-litre Subaru-deri...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
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Toyota GT 86 Convertible Confirmed; Is Scion FR-S Drop Top Far Behind?

The Toyota GT 86 sports car is the first new Toyota vehicle in more than a decade that, at least here in the states, has car enthusiasts excited. To be sold in the U.S. as the 2013 Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ, the parent GT 8...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
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(Photos): ONE BIG FAMILY: Over 200 cars turn up for FESTIVAL OF 86 in Sydney

Toyota 86 Chief Engineer, Tetsuya Tada (Tada San) attended a massive, by far the largest, Toyota 86/AE86 owners meet (known as Festivalof86) in the Southern Hemisphere to date, held on Saturday the 10th of August in Sydney Aust...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
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Test Drive: Can Subaru BRZ Deliver Fun Without Big Horsepower?

Longtime sports car fans know that having fun behind the wheel doesn’t require a big engine pumping out 500 horsepower. Why else would cars like the Mazda Miata, Volkswagen GTI and Honda Civic Si have so many devotees? Earlie...
by Goran Has