2012 Toyota GT 86 Sport FR Concept by Gazoo Racing

Noted Toyota tuner Gazoo Racing has come out with their latest tuning program for the Toyota GT 86 sports coupe. And no, we’re not all that surprised.

The concept racing sports coupe is called the Sport FR Concept. True to the Japanese tuning firm’s racing intentions, they set up the sports coupe with a slew of racing modifications, highlighted by a GRMN twin charger - it serves as a turbocharger and supercharger in one - that produces 320 horsepower and 310 lb/ft of torque.

In addition to the modified engine, the Sport FR Concept also features a new front and rear fender, a racing rear spoiler, a new GRMN dual exhaust, GRMN brake calipers and brake rotors, and a new set of alloy wheels and tires. For the interior, Gazoo Racing dressed the sports car with a back skin tone interior while also adding a new bucket seats, a four-point seat belt, a roll cage, and additional meters.

Talk about a car that’s itching for some track action, the Toyota GT 86 Sport FR Concept is primed and ready to burn some rubber.

UPDATE 06/27/12: Whatever program you might want to give it, the Toyota GT 86 is still, at its core, a supremely awesome - and affordable - sports car. And in case you’re wondering which of these programs will be headed to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, look no further than the GT 86 Sport FR Concept by Gazoo Racing.

Source: FT86 Club

6 comments:

When it comes to sport packages, expect it already that power is the main target. I find Gazoo Racing awesome by their tuning.

Who cares about a change in its appearance if it’s already looking good? With that aggressiveness that it sports, it certainly needs power most.

I can’t blame Gazoo Racing if they found hopelessness to change its design; anyway, they were effective in power tuning.

Gazoo Racing seems to be merely focused on its powering as the styling was sort of sloppily done, like it is neglected.

Gazoo Racing knows better to have an additional horsepower and torque to this famous car. Anyhow, the paint job isn’t effective.

Honestly, whatever they did to this car did not help on making it gain a competitive look. They should have coated it with a darker color. Disregarding its appearance, nonetheless, its ability to pull off a performance with its 320 hp should be pleasing.

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