Toyota 86 & Subaru BRZ News Archive:
 

 
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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
 

 

 
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Latest updates on a tweaked Toyota 86 (2014)

According to drive.com.au Toyota seems to have made its 86 sports coupe even better by revising suspension by chief engineer Tetsuya Tada this June/July (2014). This third and most significant update yet with this latest revisi...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
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The $60000 Supra car comeback

TOYOTA continues to rediscover its long-vanished mojo with another affordable sports car – the Supra. Since the Supra, Celica and MR-2 were cancelled, Toyota’s line-up has looked very unexciting. The Toyotasports ca...
by Oliver Trako
 

 

 

Subaru BRZ Drivetrain & Powertrain Pictures & Information (Scion FR-S/Toyota 86)

Subaru (FHI), FR sport “BRZ” a small co-developed with Toyota Motor Corporation. Was also announced that the configuration is 3 and grade, “S” “R” “RA” to determine the release da...
by Oliver Trako
 

 
 
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Subaru UK Announces Pricing And Spec For BRZ

Subaru UK has announced highly competitive prices and a choice of two model variants for its new BRZ sports car, ahead of its arrival in UK showrooms in the summer. The BRZ has already been acclaimed for delivering a thoroughbr...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
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Toyota 86 may not be sold out after all

Recent articles that the Toyota 86 cars are all gone for months to come by Top Gear Australia and Drive magazines have stirred up strong reaction from the Toyota 86 enthusiast communities across the web. Information given to us...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
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Videos: Toyota GT 86 outfitted with a 5.0-liter V8

The Toyota GT 86 has only been on the market for a few months, but that hasn’t stopped Japanese drifter Max Orido from replacing the 2.0-liter boxer engine with something a little more potent. His engine of choice? The 5....
by Oliver Trako