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Where is the Toyota 86 manufactured?

Where is the Toyota 86 manufactured?

Gunma assembly
The Toyota 86 and the Subaru BRZ are 2+2 sports cars jointly developed by Toyota and Subaru, manufactured at Subaru’s Gunma assembly plant.

Is Toyota GT86 still in production?

Toyota has halted production of the first-generation GT86 after selling almost 7,500 units in the UK during the last eight years. Its twin, the Subaru BRZ, has already gone on sale in the US, after the two companies agreed to continue their joint sports car project last year.

What does ft in ft86 mean?

The latest news spins things around once again, with a logo using the 86 name and a stylized boxer engine theme. The 86, for those not in the know, refers to the FT-86/FR-S’s spiritual predecessor, the AE86 Corolla Levin/Trueno, a rear-drive coupe/hatch popular with enthusiasts to this day.

Why did Toyota stop making the 86?

Somewhere along the line of the 86’s model lifecycle, Toyota was busy developing the GR Supra with BMW, which means lesser focus on the 86.

Is Toyota Cancelling the GT86?

Toyota has waved farewell to the current-generation GT86 as it leaves the range to make way for a new version, which is set to arrive later this year. The Japanese car company has paid tribute to the 2-litre, two-door coupe that earned rave reviews when it was launched in 2012.

What does GT stand for in GT86?

GT stands for gran turismo, or “grand touring.” Although the Italian who originally thought up the term gran turismo, or GT, has been lost to history along with their reasoning, the definition was clear: A GT car fit between a sports car and a luxury car.

Are Toyota 86 good cars?

Is the Toyota 86 a Good Car? The Toyota 86 is an OK sports car. It’s one of the most fun-to-drive cars in the class, as long as you don’t prioritize speed. Its four-cylinder boxer engine feels weak and unrefined, and the interior is spartan.

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