Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ is a 2 + 2 JDM Car sports car developed by Toyota and Subaru manufactured by Subaru Gunma Assembly Station. The production of the Toyota 86 debuted at the Toyota Motor Exhibition 86. All options were collected on February 2, 2012, the first car was collected on February 2, 2012, sold in April and consumables. 7000 orders were posted on Toyota 86 in the first month of production.
There are 2 Different Versions of The Toyota 86:
In order to improve the operating power, it is set to a low level of the front engine layout / rear drive to provide a weight distribution of 53% in the front and a weight distribution of 47% in the back and low weight of the mass height. Flight Drive 86 Configuration and Front Mounting Flat Boxing Engine allows a low-strengthening center for powerful machining characteristics.
According to the data of the designer, “The goal was to make a true drive vehicle to drive a rack with convincing style, exclusively balanced performance and processing, flexible utility and amazing MPG.” TRD version ,when asked by engineers, TADA said: However, one of the parts to be standard in the TRD model is currently consistent with the Toyota 86, so you do not have to wait. ”
Interiors can increase the storage space because they are back folded using low front sheets. FRS and Base 86 models are a tissue with all black sediments with dashboards and switcher boot red lines with black patterns.
The RZ JDM has two available interiors, one identical FRS, silver dashboard, black caliper (instead of white tampering of 86 GTS models) and a single linked navigation model; The second interior is two for the seats of the skin and a The third interior, automatic HVAC control and start the “Topping 86” button. BRZ, except as mentioned above, Japanese interiors may be in black / red leather and Alcantara or full black leather and Alcantara.
The 86 measures 1285mm in height, 4240mm in length, 1775mm in width with a 2570mm wheelbase that brings about a total of 1278kg of unladen weight. The 86 GT comes standard with 205/55 R16 front tyres and 205/55 R16 rear tyres.
It requires a service every 9 months or 15,000 km, whichever comes first. The 2022 Toyota 86 GT has a 130mm ground clearance. It has a final gear ratio of 4.3.
Models in Toyota 86 JDM Car:
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