Tag: Toyota GT 86

Toyota Helps Fight The Coronavirus Boredom, Launches Templates To Build GT86 Miniatures

Too much time free time with nothing to do? Toyota comes to the rescue with a series of templates that can be cut and glued together to create miniature GT86 paper models. Inspired by the retro-liveried examples of the sports car made for the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed that commemorated the brand’s 50th anniversary […]

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Bummer: New MR2 Is “Not A Priority”, Says Toyota Chief, New GR 86 Is

Toyota’s sports car lineup includes two different models: the new Supra and the aging GT 86, which has been around with very few updates and still no turbocharged engine for the past eight years. Rumors were circulating about a possible revival of the MR2 close to the middle of the decade, yet they have been […]

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Subaru Caught Testing Mystery BRZ Against Alpine A110 And Mazda MX-5

A slightly camouflaged Subaru BRZ was caught being benchmarked against the Alpine A110 and the Mazda MX-5, raising eyebrows for the model’s future plans. We’re not sure yet if Subaru is planning yet another facelift for the BRZ or a new special edition but the changes should be important enough for the engineers to bring […]

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Toyota Raises Stake In Subaru To 20 Percent, Confirms Next-Gen 86 And BRZ

Toyota and Subaru announced a new, extended partnership that will lead to a closer collaboration in the fields of electrification, autonomous driving and connected technologies, as well as in the joint development of the next-generation of their 86/BRZ sports cars. This is the first official confirmation for the successors of the rear-drive coupe twins, which […]

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Next-Gen Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ Could Debut As Concepts At Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota and Subaru are reportedly getting ready to preview the next-generation of their twin sports cars, namely the 86 and BRZ models, at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show on October 24. The next generation of the Japanese performance coupes will make its first appearance in concept form, giving us a taste of what to expect […]

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