V8 Powered Toyota GT-86 Goes Drifting

The Toyota GT-86 or Scion FRS as it will be known over here, is the lightweight driver's car that proves Toyota can build a car that avoids the beige. Amidst concerns from some regarding the car's 200 horsepower output it appears someone has already devised a perfect way to put concerns about power in the car to rest. » 3/31/12 9:00am 3/31/12 9:00am

The 197 HP Scion FR-S is the new Mazda Miata

The Scion FR-S / Toyota FT-86 gets talked about as a Mustang Killer and competition for the Hyundai Genesis and other muscle cars. It really isn't, although maybe the Subaru BRZ will be. But new specs from FT86club make it clear this car will actually compete directly with the Mazda Miata/MX-5, even if it's never… » 11/03/11 2:30pm 11/03/11 2:30pm

Scion FR-S: All the specs

Our friends over at FT86Club got their hands on a Toyota FT-86 / Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ training sheet and we finally have a look at the specs of the most anticipated sports car in a long time. Just expect some aspects to get lost in translation coming over the Pacific as a Scion FR-S. » 10/31/11 12:30pm 10/31/11 12:30pm

Scion FR-S: This is it?

It appears that images of the Toyota FT-86 — or, as we'll be calling it here in the United States, the Scion FR-S — the car the super number one best automaker from the land of the rising sun claims is the spiritual successor to the AE86, have again leaked from the sieve known as Japanese buff books. » 10/29/11 10:00am 10/29/11 10:00am

Subieyota Will Be Revealed In March

The "Subaru Rear-Wheel Drive Sports Car Technology Concept" a.k.a. the Subieyota a.k.a. the Toyobaru a.k.a FT-86 (speculatively sketched here) will be unveiled with a "horizontally-opposed Subaru boxer engine" in early March at the Geneva Auto Show. » 1/14/11 9:20am 1/14/11 9:20am

Scion FR-S Is The New Toyota FT-86

The Toyota FT-86 may not be the vehicle to save Toyota from itself, as sources report the vehicle will be branded in the U.S. as the Scion FR-S, cost $25,000, and get a boring redesign. But wait, it's worse! » 10/11/10 1:00pm 10/11/10 1:00pm