Toyota 86 airsus “wide body and large tail”
The official website of AIRBFT air suspension introduces:Toyota 86 airsus “wide body and large tail”,This Toyota 86 has been refitted with a wide-body kit, and it also has a large tail, which is crazy.
Toyota 86 is named after the abbreviation of Future Toyota 86 Concept. Toyota 86 means the new 86 concept car of Toyota in the future. Toyota 86 is used as the successor of Corolla Levin (Toyota AE86).
Toyota 86 was originally scheduled to be officially produced in 2011. However, Toyota believes that there is still room for improvement in the design of FT-86, and the external climate may not be enough to support the sales market of FT-86, so it is suspended. In April 2012, Japan officially began selling under the name of 86.
The Toyota 86 was officially launched in China on March 12, 2013. As an alternative to the Toyota AE86 model, the Toyota 86 is also positioned as a high-performance rear-drive control vehicle. The introduction will include manual and automatic models, with prices of 269000 yuan and 279000 yuan respectively.
The newly developed Toyota 86 adopts Toyota’s platform-based design. It was born on the newly developed sports car platform of Toyota Group, and also benefited from Subaru BRZ and Thain FR-S. The European and Japanese markets will focus on 86, while the American market will focus on Thain FR-S, while Subaru BRZ will focus on the global market.
Toyota 86 (the concept car is called Toyota FT-86 Concept) is the global strategy FR small sports car that Toyota Motor of Japan made its debut at the 2011 Tokyo International Auto Show. The concept car FT-86, which appeared at the Tokyo Auto Show in 2009, is a product of cooperation between Toyota and Subaru. The body shape is dominated by Toyota’s ED2 design center in southern France. The gearbox and drive system are also designed by Toyota. The engine is the Boxer horizontal four-cylinder engine designed by Subaru and imported into Toyota’s D-4S in-cylinder direct injection system and high-speed design.
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