Autocar reports Toyota and Subaru are working on ways to sharpen the GT 86, BRZ and Scion FR-S triplets. While that may mean buyers could see a convertible version of the sports coupe as soon as 2014, engineers are also working on a variety of other improvements, including a new track telemetry system. Using an onboard black box, the gadgetry will record a slew of data from track days.
Posted on 05.9.2012 11:00 by Justin Cupler Filed under: Scion Subaru Toyota | coupe | industry news | Accessories | hatchback | sports cars | future cars | cool fast cars | Scion FR-S | Subaru BRZ | Toyota GT 86 | Cars | Car News A ... Read Post
Reports persist of secret plans for a hotted-up and turbocharged hero version of Toyota’s 86 Coupe, but, no surprise, the carmaker is keeping quiet on the topic. Back in September, Japan’s Best Car mag claimed that a flagship 86 mod... Read Post