2018 Toyota 86 GT. As you may understand, Scion F-S was initially introduced for the 2012 design year in Canada and the United States. Because of the cooperation between Toyota and Subaru, it has also been launched worldwide as Subaru has emerged. A bit of information that may be unknown is that in Asia, South Africa, South America and Australia, Scion F-S was actually launched as a Toyota 86. Now that Scion disappears, the 2017 Scion F-S will be taken in Toyota and the Toyota 86.
The 2018 Toyota 86 GT will feature a very compact and modern exterior. The body will ride low to the ground that aims to improve the kug and then handle it. Most of the changes will be centered on the front and back fascias. The front will feature a redesigned bumper that looks more aggressive. The bottom of the bumper is combined with large air vents. The front also features redesigned fog lights. Both headlamps and tail lights will also feature LED lighting.
The rear bumper has also been redesigned. The publisher will also be edited. According to our spy shots, the publisher who sits on top of the trunk lid looks a little wider. There are also larger double exhaust pipes. The interior of the 2018 Toyota 86 GT will be similar to that of the North American twin-ferr. As of this writing, the details are still meager.
However, from spy shots in our possession and information from reliable sources, we understand that the cabin will remain reliable similar to the outgoing model. The cabin will accommodate four passengers in 2 + 2 style. While the driver and front passenger will enjoy enough head and leg, the space at the back is fairly restricted. The sports car also provides a small trunk that can accommodate only 6. 9 cubic feet of cargo but can be expanded by splitting the rear seats.
Other features include an adjustable driver seat, steering wheel tilt and telescopic covered skin, a 7-inch entertainment information system (a pocketbook system that integrates Bluetooth connectivity, navigation system and smart phone applications are offered as an option). The coupe will also feature a rearview camera, speed control, voice recognition, automatic headlights, radio HD, USB port, auxiliary jack and full power accessories and others.
We do not expect Toyota to make any changes under the hood of the 2018 Toyota 86 GT. The car will still feature a 2.0-liter, 4-turbo that delivers 197 hp and 151 lb-ft of torque. There are some sources claiming that the engine will be tweaked to produce more than 200 horses.
It will be combined with a 6-speed manual transmission or 6-speed automatic transmission. The current engine accelerates from 0-60 mph in 7.6 seconds with manual transmission and a slow 8.2 seconds when combined with an automatic system. The car has a top speed of up to 140 miles per hour.
Trader galleries are expected to arrive in mid-2017. As for the price, the Japanese car industry is still tight. However, according to speculation, the 2018 Toyota 86 GT with manual will cost about $27,000 with models with automatic transmission about $1000 more.
Signing up with the Toyota 86 on the floor of the program will be the Toyota C-HER concept, which debuted its debut in Canada at the world-class beauty salon de Car in Quebec. More information on technical requirements for C-HR will be readily available when debut in North American production variations later this year. The car goes on sale in spring 2017 as the 2018 design.