Toyota re-fix their new car designs are more riveting 2011 Toyota FT-86 II, which is a new concept by removing the lower fold line and an additional new line, starting from the front fenders with the addition of air ventilation and the round theater at the top of the rear window of the car, which by itself according to the size of the car. In addition, Toyota also split windshield and took the surface of Blackout with the rear wheel arches are fitted with panels.
The 2011 Toyota FT-86 Concept II has a front bumper which is a new center with a larger grille and concave surfaces of the two angles, while Toyota has also added some LED daytime running lights on this car, making it look more spectacular. The Toyota FT-86 Concept II has excellent new facilities and different with a larger buffer and a large spread in the exhaust gas pipe on each side of the mobile homes. This car-shaped body and the installation of a complete change in me and remain stylish.
The company said the 2011 Toyota FT-86 II Concept measures 4235 mm long, 1795 mm wide and 1270 mm high, which means that it has grown to 75 mm in length, 35 mm wide and 10 mm in height while driving the same 2570 mm wheelbase as 2010 Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept.
Toyota trotted out its black beauty in front of the all-seeing camera lens for an in-depth studio shoot, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it. Check out full compliment of high-resolution photos in the gallery below, then hit the jump to check out the video of the Sports Illustrated Swim Suit-style photo shoot. If the production FT-86 looks this good, we can’t wait for hit to hit news stands dealers everywhere.
Rather than using a heavy, large displacement powertrain to secure performance, the FT-86 II returns to Toyota’s sporting roots by combining a free-revving boxer petrol engine with a compact and lightweight six-speed manual transmission and a low centre of gravity to achieve the best possible power to weight ratio.
Both the powertrain and the driving position have been set as low and as far back as possible to optimise balance for maximum poise, high-speed stability and agility. With a front-engine/rear-wheel drive configuration, this gives the car lively, accessible performance that is easy to harness and enjoy.
The Toyota FT-86 II Concept is the latest stage in the development of a new, compact rear-wheel drive sports car that is being jointly developed by Toyota and Fuji Heavy Industries (Subaru). The new model will be launched in Europe in 2012.
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