Toyota GT86 - Design
The new Toyota GT86 sports car is available in the UK from summer 2012. To find out more, visit http://www.toyota.co.uk/gt86.
King of Drift: Keiichi Tsuchiya drives the Toyota GT86
With the launch of the Toyota GT86 well under way, we've discovered a brand new sport that will give us the chance to race our new GT86 against the clock.
Called Drift Sprint, we developed the challenge with the help of "Drift King" Keiichi Tsuchiya, who joined us earlier this year to approve the course.
Our track has also been fine tuned with help from Autocar's Steve Sutcliffe and Top Gear Magazine's Ollie Marriage -- both highly capable drivers.
As our video shows, the idea is simple. Racing against clock, a combination of car control and raw speed is needed to complete the course as quickly as possible.
For a 'behind the scenes' look at this video, read our recent post on the Official Toyota Blog: http://blog.toyota.co.uk/behind-the-scenes-with-drift-king-keiichi-tsuchiya-and-the-toyota-gt86.
Toyota GT86 Full Throttle - Drive with Passion
The Toyota GT86 arrives in the UK in July. For information on price and specification, visit the GT86 website here: http://ow.ly/aj2Jo
Toyota UK Blog: http://blog.toyota.co.uk/
Toyota UK Facebook: www.facebook.com/toyotauk
Toyota UK Twitter: http://twitter.com/toyotagb
Toyota GT86: Full Throttle
Introducing the new Toyota sports car: the GT 86.
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How an engine works - comprehensive tutorial animation featuring Toyota engine technologies
Animation I created for Toyota that gives an overview of the components of an engine, how an engine works and some of Toyota's valve, intake and Exhaust technologies. I wrote, directed and storyboarded the video. It was for training purposes only.
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Touge Showdown 2 - AE86 vs Skyline GT-R - Hot Version International
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Go to http://gtchannel.com for more car videos and content. [English Narration & Subs] AE86 vs R34 Skyline GT-R, S15 Silvia vs MR-S, ITR vs S14 Silvia. Watch the first season of the Touge series!
Toyota GT 86 2012 - acceleration 0-225 km/h + Vmax test
Nice acceleration till 210 km/h, then most of the dynamics is spoiled by 6th gear. But if you find a proper hill... :-) More at http://www.Autoforum.cz/bleskovky/vyzkouseli-jsme-toyotu-gt-86-dokaze-se-rozjet-az-na-250-km-h-video/
New Supra Renderings: If Only They Would Build It
Toyota had a great concept in the original FT-86 but they couldn't leave it alone, it's slowly losing it's appeal, Hopefully the 2014 Supra will look like these new renderings and they won't toy with this one. It's time to show something different than we've seen in the past.
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The Subaru BRZ Concept STI is the second FR car from Subaru - the first being Subaru's first car ever, the Subaru 1500. BRZ stands for "Boxer, Rear-wheel drive, Zenith," or "Boxer Renaissance Zenith." The Toyota 86 is a sports car developed jointly by Japanese automobile manufacturers Toyota and Subaru. It has 2+2 seats, a 2-door coupé body style and a front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout.
The model will be sold under three different brands: Toyota (Toyota 86 in Japan and Australia and Toyota GT-86 in Europe), Subaru (Subaru BRZ) and Scion (Scion FR-S).
"86" (pronounced "eight-six" or Hachi-Roku (ハチロク)) refers to the Toyota Corolla Levin series AE86 and the Toyota Sprinter Trueno series AE86, a particular series of cars sold between 1983 and 1987 (The Trueno was a hatchback, and the Levin had a trunk ). As such, the Toyota 86 has been named as the spiritual successor of the original AE86 during the press release of the 86.
The signifigance of the reference to the series AE86 was that both the Trueno and Levin of this series were the last with rear wheel drive; the following Sprinter Trueno and Corolla Levin series AE92 were released with front wheel drive thereafter.
The Toyota and Scion have little distinguishing elements - the latter has cheaper pieces to reduce base price in the United States. The Subaru BRZ differs mainly in its front end, where the grille has an hexagonal shape versus an inverted trapezoid in the Toyota and Scion, along with the placement of the BRZ as the most luxurious variant of the platform, with more standard features and a higher suggested price than the Toyota-marketed versions.
In Japan, it will be exclusive to Toyota Japan dealerships called Netz Store locations, which uses the same sales approach used at North American sales channel called Scion.
It was first presented as a concept car at the October 2009 Tokyo Motor Show under the name Toyota FT-86, FT being shorthand for "Future Toyota". Later, a high-performance version was launched at the January 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon as the Toyota FT-86 G Sports. At the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, a third concept car was shown, the Toyota FT-86 II. The BRZ and FR-S also had their concept cars, the Subaru BRZ Concept STI and the Scion FR-S Concept. The production version of the 86, BRZ and FR-S were unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.
Initially, the 86 and sister models will feature a Subaru-sourced naturally aspirated 2.0 L flat-4 boxer gasoline engine (Toyota engine code 4U-GSE, Subaru engine code FA20) that will deliver 200 PS (147 kW; 197 hp) that includes a direct injection system from Toyota. The model will be offered with two six-speed transmissions: a manual and an automatic with paddle shifters. The weight of the 86 is 1,180 to 1,250 kilograms (2,600 to 2,760 lb) depending on specification and equipment. 
Satsuki Shimabukuro (島袋 さつき Shimabukuro Satsuki?, born 28 May 1988), better known by her stage name Meisa Kuroki (黒木 メイサ Kuroki Meisa?), is a Japanese actress, model and singer born in Nago, Okinawa, Japan. She is represented by the agency Sweet Power and is signed to Sony Music Japan. She made her acting debut in 2004. She has modeled for the popular Japanese fashion magazine JJ, among others, and is the current Japanese representative for Epson and Giorgio Armani. She has appeared in numerous television dramas, commercials, films, and stage productions.
In addition to her modeling work for the fashion magazines JJ and 25ans, Kuroki has released two photobooks, one of her own, Love Meisa, and a joint one, Missmatch, with her best friend and actress, Maki Horikita, photographed by Kishin Shinoyama. In 2009 Kuroki was chosen as the Japanese face of international fashion brand, Emporio Armani, and she also appeared in numerous events for the brand worldwide. In 2010 Kuroki was chosen as the international face of French cosmetic brand, L'Oréal.