Toyota 86 & Subaru BRZ News Category Archive:


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



Toyota 86, BRZ, AE86 Official Meet Up at Toyota Sydney HQ on Saturday, 10 August 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)

Toyota Australia is inviting all Toyota 86 / Subaru BRZ and AE86 owners for a meet up and sausage sizzle at Toyota’s Sydney Headquarters for what is dubbed as the Festival of 86! On August 10 you can meet the man responsi...
by Oliver Trako


Toyota 86 Makes its D1GP Debut in Japan and Crashes! (Video)

We all know that the Toyota 86 (or GT86/Scion FR-S) was not made for outright power and top Nürburgring lap times but for having some fun behind the wheel of a nimble sports car. One of the things that the 86 is happy to oblig...
by Oliver Trako



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


Toyota 86 crashes while drifting in a parking lot in Japan

The Toyota 86’s most valuable asset is its chassis and in the real world, this translates into great handling abilities. Of course, since we’re talking about a car coming from Japan, its creators knew that many drivers won...
by Oliver Trako



Toms (Japan) Tunes Toyota GT 86

The Japanese tuner TOMS has recently presented its latest creation, an aerodynamic body kit for the Toyota GT 86, but a series of technical modifications are also under development. After the model has been launched in several ...
by Oliver Trako


Toyota GT-86 and Subaru BRZ purist-spec versions released (JDM)

Toyota and Subaru are saluting driving enthusiasts by offering a stripped down purist version of the GT-86/BRZ in Japan. When we say “purist,” we are referring to the absence of features that racers would be least i...
by Oliver Trako