If Scion sold cars like drug dealers sold drugs, they'd be giving away little bits of the FR-S in baggies to everyone they see. They'd have local news channels running panic stories on the "Scion FR-S problem." Keith Richards would be trying to snort one off Anita Pallenberg's naked behind. Yes, it's just that easy to…
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…
"Will TRD offer aftermarket performance gear for the Toyota FT-86 / Scion FR-S?" That's the second most obvious question on the minds of Toyota/Scion fans after "will it be a car." The answer is yes on both counts. Get used to hearing that word, yes, because Toyota's apparently on a beige-busting binge.
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.
Would coverage of a modern motor show be complete without Toyota’s ever tantalizing FT-86? Impossible. Here, then, is the car in its latest state as a FT-86 II — colored red. It’s pretty and, of course, it’s still not real.
We just saw the second version of Toyota's FT-86 concept, conveniently dubbed the "Toyota FT-86 II Concept" — and here's the live photos of the new Toyobaru.
Toyota released this teaser of the new Toyota FT-86 II, a near-production version of the Toyota FT-86 RWD sports car with a less aggressive grille. The "II" makes us think the actual Toyota FT-86 will have a non-alphanumeric name.
The upcoming rear-wheel-drive Toyota FT-86 was developed in collaboration with Subaru, and it's been said all along the car would sport a 2.0-liter flat-four. We guess if this purported FT-86 logo is accurate, doubters should put those worries to rest.
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!