|Toyota FT-86II concept '11|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 5|
Gran Turismo 6
|Type in GT5||PR|
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
|Max Power||192 BHP|
|Performance Points||406 PP|
|Weight||1,230 kilograms (2,700 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||6.41 kg (14.1 lb) per horsepower|
Only two colors are available for this car:
- Orange Metallic
- Silky Black
"The final prototype of the Toyota 86 shown before the sale of the commercial model."
The FT-86 Concept was developed together by Toyota and Subaru, and was shown at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. This is a compact front-engine, rear-wheel drive (FR) concept sportscar with the slogan of being "a pleasure to own and fun to drive".
The car is a notchback coupé powered by a low centre of gravity, 2 L naturally aspirated flat-4 engine, with a 6-speed manual transmission. Due to the fact it shares its basic principles with the famed AE86 Corolla Levin and Sprinter Trueno of the '80s, the car attracted huge attention from former fans of the AE86 and car-loving youths of Japan.
The FT-86 II Concept was shown in the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, as a design study taking it one step closer to the production model.
The body size is 4,235 m long, 1,795 mm wide and 1,270 mm tall, enlarged from the previous concept by 75 mm, 35 mm and 10 mm respectively, with a wheelbase that is also 30 mm longer.
The styling and silhouette of the car has not changed much, but the rear fenders are now much larger in volume. While given Coke-bottle curves and other details that car enthusiasts love, the front bumper, underspoiler, and rear diffusers are more aerodynamic in form.
The commercial sale of the car was announced to be at the end of 2011. Although there were no announcements of engine output or weight specs in the Geneva Motor Show, expectations were high for this lightweight FR to make a comeback into the Toyota line-up. The partnership of Toyota and Subaru technology, coming together to balance the fun of driving with eco-friendly performance, is what draws attention to this car from many car enthusiasts around the globe.
This car cannot be purchased or received as a prize car. This car is given only for those who bought the "Complete Pack 1" plus purchasing separately a DLC already contained in the "Complete Pack 1". Once done, you'll receive a free car ticket that will allow you to redeem this car.
In its first appearance as a regular car, the Toyota FT-86II concept '11 can be bought for 300,000 Credits. Unlike many cars previously known as "Premium Cars", this car, instead of being a detailed car, is actually a simplified car, due to the absence of the interiors, a trait typically shared amongst the concept cars. However, due to the "Premium" origins, this car has a gallery view.