Latest brochure snaps reported to be of the final production car
31 October 2011

New images of the Toyota FT86 have been leaked on the internet.

These latest images are believed to show a promotional brochure for the final production car.

Read our first drive of the Toyota FT-86 development prototype

This is the second batch of pictures of the Toyota FT-86 to leak within five days. Although Toyota refuses to verify if either set are real, they bear a close resemblance to the FT-86 II concept from this year’s Geneva motor show.

See the first batch of leaked images of the Toyota FT-86

The final production version of the Toyota FT-86 will be officially revealed at the Tokyo motor show next month ahead of its UK launch in summer 2012. It is not expected to go on sale with the FT-86 name.

Aimed at the enthusiast driver and inspired by the rear-drive 1980s Corolla AE86, the FT-86 will feature a low-set Subaru flat-four boxer engine producing around 200bhp, a six-speed manual gearbox and a limited slip-differential.

Toyota is promising a low target weight of around 1100kg, some 200kg lighter than a Volkswagen Scirocco. Prices are yet to be confirmed, but £20,000 should be close to the mark.

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