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Toyota GT 86/Subaru BRZ chatter/NEWS here!!!!!


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Jalopnik The much-anticipated Toyota sports car will be the "GT 86" instead of the FT-86 and will go on sale next year. Finally.safe_image.php?d=AQCpXgIzBlj4EEhb&w=90&h

Toyota GT 86 is the production version of the FT-86

After a freaking eternity of teasers and concepts, we now know the Toyota FT-86 will be called the Toyota GT 86 when it debuts at the Tokyo Motor Show next week and goes on sale next year.

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 "Jalopnik" said:
The production version of the Subaru BRZ rear-wheel drive sports car finally debuts. Do you think it looks too much like the Toyota GT 86?

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Subaru BRZ: This is it

Here's the Subaru BRZ, the company's first attempt at a pure RWD sports car coupe. Based on the same platform as the Toyota GT 86 the Subieyota looks almost exactly the same as the Toyobaru. Though not quite as intense as the Subaru BRZ STI Concept we saw in LA, the production BRZ is definitely a...

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 dmanww said:

GT86 - http://www.autoblog.com/photos/2012-toyota-gt-86-tokyo-2011-photos/#photo-4644180/

BRZ - http://www.autoblog.com/photos/2012-subaru-brz-live-reveal/#photo-4643854/

look damn near the same too me. Maybe the bumper is the only big difference. Maybe the interior has more differences.

yeah it does.

From what i have heard is that the subaru stacks up betterer interior wise

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 BlkPnthr said:

Maybe not that useful, but gonna be around $27,000 USD.

Also funny they call the standard model "premium".. good ol' marketing right there

http://jalopnik.com/5864550/subaru-brz-pricing-starts-at-24000

It will be good for NZ if all models are priced according to the USD exchange rates.

Methinks differing "local models" will have different price points.

Im sure the European ones are priced a lot higher I saw somewhere

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