Thursday, July 8, 2010

2010 Toyota Sports Car FT-86 G Sports Concept Car
Toyota baffled every car lover beyond belief when revealed the FT-86 G Sports Concept car on the very first day of the Tokyo Auto Salon 2010. The new concept car from the world's largest automaker has been revealed in person and virtually. The Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept Car was introduced to the public at the Tokyo Auto Salon, and is proudly featured in the new trailer for Gran Turismo 5.
2010 FT-86 G Sports Toyota Concept Car
With an array of upgrades, particularly turbo charging of the Subaru-sourced 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine, the example was developed to help promote Toyota’s new G Sports styling kits, exclusive to the Japanese market. Toyota plans to use the badge in series of cars modified by motorsports firm Gazoo Racing to be released only in Japan.
Body modifications include a wider, and smoothed-out front bumper that leads to wider wheel arches. A new front spoiler can also be seen at the bottom. The car's hood, now with air vents, is made from carbon fiber.
The car has a new rear spoiler sitting on top of the decklid, which now includes a new strip of lighting. The rear bumper is more squared off, with a diffuser that brings the dual exhaust pipes to the center.
Toyota FT-86 G has rounded off exterior mods with a new set of 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in high-performance Potenza RE050 tires size 245/40 R19 up front and 275/35 R19 at the rear. The only interior upgrade that is mentioned by Gazoo is the addition of a pair of Recaro bucket seats.