Toyota GT 86 (2013)

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Toyota GT 86

Toyota’s eagerly compact 2+2 sports car, the GT 86, its European debut at the 2012 Motor Show.

On sale Europe in the summer of 2012, the GT 86 is an entirely driver-oriented vehicle. It form to the pure, intrinsic joy of through precise, instantaneous to even the smallest throttle or inputs, for those who regard as a passion rather than a

With a low, highly bodyshell stretched tight the engineering hard points, the new GT 86 is on an entirely new platform. Shunning a large displacement powertrain for its the GT 86 returns to Toyota’s sporting with the world’s only of a compact, front-mounted, free-revving, opposed ‘boxer’ petrol and rear-wheel drive.

This powertrain format combines the world’s most compact design, light weight, low and a low centre of gravity for the best power-to-weight ratio. These award the GT 86 lively, accessible highly engaging, readily dynamic abilities with electronic intrusion, and maximum pleasure.

Conceived to focus on the purity of the classic sports car designed by a passionate team of honed through competition and to satisfy the most discerning The GT 86 inherits the spirit of former sports cars to reward with pure driving

2013 Toyota GT 86

The Number 86

paying homage to both the drivability of the Corolla Levin and its unique relationship with enthusiasts and tuning shops, the 86 has played a further, significant throughout the development of Toyota’s new car.

The boxer engine’s bore and stroke set-up of 86 mm x 86 mm ideal, remaining faithful to long, sports engine The legendary 3M engine of the 2000GT and the engine of the Supra were in-line six-cylinder configurations a square bore and stroke of 75 mm. And the four-cylinder unit in the Celica and MR2 had a bore and stroke of 86 mm.

Even the diameter of the Toyota GT chrome-tipped exhaust opening exactly 86 mm

Packaged to Deliver the in Sports Driving Enjoyment

mm long, 1,775 mm wide, 1,285 mm high and with a of 2,570 mm, the new GT 86 is the world’s most four-seater sports car.

weight saving measures in a vehicle mass of around

The flat-four format of the front-mounted engine combines with the driver hip-point of any Toyota vehicle -just 400 mm- to give the GT 86 an centre of gravity of only 460 mm.

the powertrain and driving position been set as low and as far back as possible to balance, giving the GT 86 near-perfect, weight distribution. The ideal weight distribution varies to engine power; a 51:49 bias suiting vehicles approximately 150 hp, a similar chassis 300 hp better suited to a 50:50

Toyota engineers established during spirited driving, the GT 86’s 53:47 front produced the ideal response to subtle steering, throttle and inputs, allowing drivers to control dynamic weight for the best possible vehicle

Fine-tuning of the GT 86’s suspension, and steering maximises the benefits of its mass, supercar-rivalling lack of and ultra-low centre of gravity, drivers to fully exploit the of the new Toyota sports car’s nimble handling, dynamic and cornering poise.

The front strut and rear double suspension systems have fine-tuned to react instantly to input. At 23 N/mm, the GT 86’s spring rates are, in softer than the 25 N/mm of its Subaru counterpart. This front spring rate allows for slight body on initial turn-in, creating the relationship between steering and vehicle behaviour exhibited by a front-engine/rear-drive platform.

Large, powerful ventilated brakes to both front and wheels offer a different pedal feel to that of any Toyota. Brake response to input has been tuned to precise modulation, assisting in car control finesse by allowing for the possible dynamic weight under braking.

Paying to the legendary Black Racing of the AE86, The GT 86’s 17 alloy feature a unique centre hub Toyota’s traditional centre cap is 60 mm, but this has been reduced to 49 mm, weight for no loss of rigidity, making the spokes appear and the wheels larger.

Toyota determined that the dynamic of the Toyota GT 86 should not rely on tyres, and the new sports car is equipped identical 17 tyres to those to the Prius.

With very predictable properties, these allow drivers to exploit the potential of the chassis and suspension. the GT 86 to handle well on Prius also ensures that who upgrade to high performance will readily appreciate the net again.

World First Opposed Engine with D-4S technology

The GT 86’s 2.0 naturally-aspirated petrol engine is the of a joint development between and Toyota, bringing together technical know-how and mutual for sports cars.

To Subaru’s developed, horizontally opposed, four-cylinder boxer engine, has added its D-4S technology. separate twin injectors for direct and port injection, and a compression ratio of 12.5:1, increases power and torque a wide range of engine without sacrificing fuel and environmental performance.

With a 86 mm x 86 mm bore and stroke, the new engine 200 DIN hp at 7,000 rpm and maximum torque of 205 Nm at rpm, giving the GT 86 brisk, performance and a top speed of over 220 Conversely, the new Toyota sports car an estimated average fuel of 6.9 l/100 km, and generates low CO2 emissions of 160 g/km.

The flat-four engine may be mated to a six-speed manual or six-speed transmission. The manual transmission quick, precise shifting via the engaging action of a tactile, lever, whilst the automatic is controlled by sporting, steering paddle shifts.

Power is to the rear wheels via a limited differential, optimising traction and under all driving conditions. And the GT ABS and switchable VSC safety systems been specifically tuned to dynamic stability at the limit of the performance envelope with electronic intrusion on the purity of the experience.

Evocative Design Iconic Styling with Beauty

Designed under the Functionalism’ concept, the GT 86 combines the constraints of the most compact possible, a low centre of gravity and F1 technology-inspired aerodynamic performance evocative, sweeping styling the heritage of past Toyota cars.

The bold, simple yet styling incorporates two key pillars of a new design language: Under frontal design, which the emphasis on an enlarged lower focusing attention on the lower of the car for a distinctive, more assertive and a Keen Look approach for intelligent and expressive styling.

The new language is enhanced by bold styling to the lower grille, the Toyota GT 86 an even more sporting appearance. Further details include an exclusive, grille design, purpose 17 alloy wheels, a rear twin rear exhausts a connecting rod motif at the tip and the front ’86’ piston logo.

The piston logo not only the car’s unique, front engine rear-wheel drive format, but also represents the tyres sliding in a four-wheel highlighting the perfect balance of the GT 86 at the of the performance envelope.

The GT 86 design uses a unique called ‘Aero Sandwiching’. The car is by air from the top, bottom and sides -basically sandwiched by air all directions- which stabilises it vertically and horizontally. In this way the car is with no negative impact on the coeffiecient.

The dented contour on the roof is an example of this at work, and similar treatment has been applied to the underbody. stabilising canard fins as ‘sakana’ (meaning ‘fish’ in are attached throughout. The location of both on the sides and the underbody of the GT 86 contribute to lateral stability.

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Functional, Driver Focused

On board, the entirely driver-focused re-evaluates the essence of sports car through the detailed examination of the and functionality of every element which the driver interacts, the GT 86 to be driven as if it were a natural of the driver’s body.

The seat has been painstakingly honed to perfection through Nurburgring testing, and under race to ensure it remains comfortable long periods behind the

The seatbacks and cushion surfaces are to provide optimum support acceleration G-forces from the back and sides. In addition, the of the front seat is designed not for comfort, but also to prevent from interfering with operation.

The steering wheel has a of just 365 mm, the smallest yet fitted to a and its buckskin finish has been through exhaustive feedback test drivers to offer steering performance and maximum under all cockpit conditions.

around the large tachometer, the meter instrument cluster has designed with particular paid to display placement, and typeface, ensuring optimum, visibility and readability during driving. Within the tachometer, a red light illuminates at 6,300 helping drivers change at optimum engine revs.

Maximising the driver’s all-round has played a key role in the GT 86’s design. The powerful, front and wheel arch flares been designed to be visible through the windscreen and rear mirrors, helping the driver the car accurately on the road. And a ‘floating’ high-mount stop lamp improve rear visibility.

The GT 86 interior also features the first frameless rearview This stylish, lightweight maximises the driver’s view without overly impeding the forward through the windscreen.

The driving focus of the cockpit is reinforced by a centre console-mounted start button, carbon trim, a sporting, all-black lining, red upholstery stitching, rocker switchgear, lightweight pedals and a choice of Black or and Red interior colour schemes.

A Car by a 50 Year Heritage of Front-Engined, Drive Sports Cars

has a 50 year history of creating driver-focused, front-engined rear-wheel sports cars that proved as popular with the as they have been in competition.

The new GT 86 captures the best of three key models from rich sporting heritage: the Sports 800, the Toyota and the AE86.

Though the GT 86 launches as the only front-mounted horizontally engine and rear-wheel drive it cannot claim to be the first. honour goes to Toyota’s boxer engined Sports which the company began in 1962.

With its compact and excellent fuel efficiency, the 800 achieved great success in races. The low centre of gravity of the engine and front-engine, rear-drive format was considered ideal for a car maximum driving entertainment. For reason, the GT 86 has adopted this layout for the first time the Toyota Sports 800.

The beautiful 2000GT, a 2.0 litre coupe first displayed at the Tokyo Motor Show, establish the company’s global as a sports car manufacturer.

Even its styling appears sophisticated, and fresh. During the development of the GT 86, a was put next to the clay model of new car being developed by the designers. receiving any specific instructions, the continued their work, looking at the 2000GT. As a result, work infused the Toyota GT 86 the spirit of the 2000GT without it.

From the AE86, the GT 86 inherits not its but its spirit. The AE86 was not an extreme car. It was moderately priced, a mass-produced engine and a compact, engine, rear-wheel drive

The Corolla Levin AE86’s engined, rear-wheel drive compact dimensions, light impeccable balance and superior ratio made it the must-have for rallying and circuit driving its 1983-1987 production life.

A lightweight machine which the intimacy and involvement of a car that can be as if it were an extension of the driver’s the Toyota GT 86 perfectly recaptures the spirit of the last Corolla AE86 and, with customisable parts, shares its aim to be an car that evolves with its

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