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2010 Toyota FT-86G Sports Concept

By luanpa in | October 17, 2010 | (1) Comment

The Japanese automaker Toyota has unveiled the FT-86 G Sports Concept was introduced to the public at the 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon , and is prouldy featured in the news trailer for Gran Turismo 5.Sports-car lovers will be treated to a tantalising glimpse of Toyota ‘s future with the unveiling of the Toyota FT-86G Sports Concept at the 2010 Australian International Motor Show .

Driving the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission.The concept retains classic sports-car underpinnings with a front-mounted 2.0-litre engine,now boosted with a turbo.

The G Sports concepts are aimed at customers who have a strong desire to own a unique vehicle by offering them both personalized interior and exterior pieces that is designed to give the driver a sports car experience.

The “G” suffix signifies a sports conversion that has stretched the original by 30mm, widened it by 20mm and lowered it by 30mm (4190mm × 1780mm × 1230mm).Sharper looks come from a totally redesigned front end that incorporates a larger air intake with visible intercooler, as well as a vented bonnet.At the rear, a large carbon-fibre wing, diffuser and oversized twin exhausts contribute to the edgier styling.The Toyota FT-86G Sports Concept sits on low-profile Bridgestone 19-inch rubber – 245/40 at the front and 275/35 at the rear, while Recaro sports seats complete the “G” conversion of the dynamic four-seater.

“It is often said that young people today have drifted away from cars, but I feel it may not be the customers who have drifted from cars but us, the manufacturers,” Mr Toyoda said.“I believe it is the mission of auto makers to provide the fundamental excitement of automobiles to customers, regardless of the era.”






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