That's what the crew at Car Guide would have us all believe. According to the website, Toyota is looking to hedge its bets by producing a second model on the same platform as the upcoming FT-86. As the theory goes, If the two-door doesn't find the kind of favor the company is hoping for, it will at least have a four-door version to pick up a few sales. The site points to a shadowy Toyota executive
Toyota FT-86 G Sports Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery
Toyota FT-86 Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery
Toyota FT-86 Concept – Click above for high-res image galllery
If there is any truth to this report from Road & Track, you inexpensive sports car lovers are going to owe the Toyota FT-86 a lot of thanks. RT says that the development costs for Toyota's re-entry into the truly sporty segment has run over estimates and the car is going to be priced higher than $20,000 – not what Toyota wanted.
Toyota G Sports FT-86 – Click above for high-res image gallery
Toyota FT-86 Concept - Click above for high-res image gallery
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Toyota FT-86 Concept - click above for high-res image gallery
The crew from Japan's BestCar magazine have apparently taken the initial pics of the Toyota FT-86 concept and grafted a unique nose, rear fascia and wheels onto ToMoCo's new sports coupe, and while the result is less-than-fetching, the accompanying report offers a pseudo-confirmation of what's been suspected all along.
Toyota FT-86 at the Nürburgring – Click above to watch video