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Gazoo Racing from Japan is working on a couple of special cars for the 2014 Tokyo motor show. As you may already know, Gazoo Racing has been an active presence in the motorsport scene, as it has also raced in the Nurburgring endurance races among others.

Apart from the other concepts the team has produced over the years, Gazoo Racing will bring a very special, custom Toyota GT86 to the Tokyo auto salon.

The custom Toyota GT86 by Gazoo Racing will be revealed on January 10, 2014. We tried to snoop around for some more information about the upcoming sports car, but sadly, the company hasn’t provided any more details about it.

The Gazoo Racing concept will feature a large rear wing shown here in the teaser image. It could also get a full body kit and minor aerodynamic tweaks. Lightweight racing wheels with larger rotors for improved braking and handling performance.

We are waiting for Gazoo Racing to formally announce the 2014 Toyota GT86 concept, and until then, we could only speculate as to what upgrades could end up on the new car. We will be updating this story as and when the official information is out.

Click past the jump to read more about the Toyota GT86

Toyota GT86

2013 Toyota GT 86 High Resolution Exterior Wallpaper quality
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The Toyota GT86 is built around a simple concept, which offers an affordable solution for those looking for a front engine, rear-wheel drive sports car. It is known fact among enthusiasts and aficionados alike, that the Toyota GT86 has a lot of potential when it comes precision handling and performance. On top of that, its 200-horsepower, four-pot engine is no slouch, but we could do without its funky torque curve.

Gazoo Racing’s latest concept could be more of an upgrade over the standard car. Tweaking and refining each and every aspect of the GT86 to make it even better at what it does best. The Toyota GT86 has proved to be a very potent track car and many private teams have already proved its potential since its release.

Source: Gazoo Racing Facebook

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