Toyota 86 & Subaru BRZ News Category Archive:
 

 
Toyota-86-byTada-x2

“Toyota 86 By Tada” prototype version due on sale in 2014

We heard back in August 2013 that a prototype version of the Toyota 86 that has been developed by the car’s chief engineer, Tetsuya Tada, with the goal of achieving better levels of grip. The as-yet-unavailable handling u...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
Toyota 86 Brochure

Video: Toyota 86 – Design – Driving Dynamics – Engine in detail

Toyota UK have posted three videos showcasing brilliance that is the new GT86, known as Toyota 86 in Australia. It is expected the car will be released in Australia mid June 2012. Design: Driving Dynamics: Engine: Tags: 2012, 8...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
PD-Toyota86NSW15052012

Report: Toyota 86 cars on Aussie soil as of today

Good folks at PerformanceGarage.com.au have posted a photo that shows Toyota 86 cars at a ground at Port Kembla, NSW. Our man on the ground at Port Kembla has just sent us this shot of brand new Toyota 86s sitting on Aussie soi...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
FEST0F86

#FESTIVAL0F86: Back for another year! Sat 8th & Sun 9th NOVEMBER, Sydney!

This  NOVEMBER!, Toyota Australia will be running another #FESTIVAL0F86. Chief engineer Tada-san to also attend. Here is the official press release:     Tags: 86, Australia, event, STI, Toyota, Toyota 86, Toyota 86 A...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
Bates86_Winton

Neal Bates competes in a Toyota 86GT at Winton Motor Raceway Sprint Series

Australian Rally champion Neal Bates has recorded his first victory driving a Toyota 86 GT, OzRacingWrap reported. Neal Bates won the two-litre class at the Winton Motor Raceway Sprint Series on Sat 8th September in a road-regi...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
toyota-gt86-wall1

Toyota Motor Corporation Releases GT-86 Price

The Japan based car maker Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE:TM) has released the pricing information of its upcoming GT-86, which will be released in Japan soon. The price tag starts from $25,600 and will vary with different custo...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
full

Festival of 86 Meet in Sydney (Filled Up)

Toyota Australia has informed us that the #FESTIVALOF86 (Which is less than a week away) is now at max capacity (200 cars), so anyone who didn’t register via the official eventbrite site will unfortunately have to wait fo...
by Oliver Trako