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'Super 86' Is A Wonderfully Monsterized Scion FR-S

I think pretty much everyone agrees the BRZ/FR-S/Toyota 86 triumvirate is a good time on four wheels, and we're just at the cusp of what will likely be a vast ocean of race-bred variations. It looks like the Monsterization machines over in Fukishima Prefecture have been working overtime, and the result is the Super 86.


I think the Google monkey/robot translation sums it up very well:

Early March 2013, somewhere in Fukushima Prefecture. Remaining snow in the mountains, unique beat racing engine that is highly tuned to echo still. Jet-black body with a sense of mass penetrates the gaps in the trees. Set up low bonnet. Headlights cut through the air was dignified. It TOYOTA86…

During full acceleration, the power that I can not convey to the road even with a huge 20-inch tire will probably. Grip when rising from the corner itself is mighty. 86 for pure competition with a dominant performance that goes beyond common sense. Yes, this is "a super 86"! Now, the new challenge of the monster began.


Pikes Peak champ Monster Tajima's centrally-driven Toyota 86-based machine is going to be a hill-climber, and from what you can see in the video, it looks pretty impressive. Tajima is supposed to compete at Pikes Peak in an electric car again this year, so maybe he'll run two classes this year?

The car shown seems to be "Phase 1" and there's four total phases suggested on the page.

This should be fun.

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"It looks like the Monsterization machines over in Fukishima Prefecture have been working overtime"

Wasn't this where the nuclear power plant, rocked by an earthquake, melted down? Maybe the car just got a healthy dose of radiation.