Spied: Toyota FT-86 Gazoo Racing Package


The FT-86 racing variant was spotted recently at the Nurburgring ahead of its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show.

We have just received the first photos of Gazoo Racing's package for the Toyota FT-86 aka Scion FR-S. The prototype seen in these photos was undergoing testing in Europe and will be the racing version not scheduled for production. The standard FT-86 will come with a 2.0-liter horizontally-opposed engine with an output around 200hp, however we are unsure as to what will power the racing variant. Its rear wing, bespoke front fascia and sporty rear diffuser are also unique to the new spec.

Bigger brakes, racing rubbers and lightweight wheels are also seen affixed to the prototype. The Gazoo Racing FT-86 will compete in this weekend's German VLN Endurance series at the Nurburgring. It will still carry the same camouflage and it will debut in full at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show in December. Photos: CarPix

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