"We have a new 86 team," revealed by the 2020 Toyota Supra chief engineer Tetsuya Tada when
Even the Lexus UX gets this fancy CVT.The Direct Shift CVT from Toyota utilizes a launch gear from a
When the 200 PS Toyota 86 was first launched in Malaysia in 2012, its asking price was RM 243,000 for
though, we would wax lyrical about the engagement a manual transmission provides, how rewarding it is to shift
With that out of the way, let us crack on.2021 Toyota Camry facelift / GR 86UMW Holdings Berhad outlined
Toyota has been quite busy these few months coming off the launch of the Corolla Cross, the refreshed
Toyota Motor Corporation and Subaru Corporation have agreed to deepen their business relationship.
The next-generation Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ is expected to be introduced some time in 2021, whereby the
According to Japanese sources, the answer is May 2021.As before, the second generation Toyota 86 will
Say, youve been bitten by the sporty Japanese coupe and got yourself a nice Subaru BRZ/Toyota 86.
wikimedia.orgThe most primitive form of a paddle shift system was first seen in 1901, which was invented
With the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ twins ending production, fans of the two-seater sports cars now have
Toyota Corolla AltisHotai Motor, the official distributor of Toyota vehicles in Taiwan has just introduced
Similarly, my colleague Ethan, paid about RM 166k for his - also reconditioned - 2018 Toyota 86 (I might
Japan featuring a new Plasma Yellow Pearl colour, a new front end, and new feature called e-Active Shift
facelift is now available for those looking for a more aggressive looking BR-V that even comes with paddle
four-cylinder engine, the Lexus UX felt peppy and engaging to drive around town.However, not many are aware of Toyota
Even to any Toyota brand loyalist, this will be hard to justify.
What is the future of the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ?
Wanna learn how to drift but can’t afford a Toyota 86?
It seems like the Toyota/Subaru twins might take a different direction come 2021, cites Creative311.
slapping its Gazoo Racing badge on new models, including on the Yaris, creating the stonking little Toyota
As part of the ongoing partnership between Toyota and Daihatsu, Indonesia will be witnessing the launch
The collaboration between Subaru and Toyota is not new, beginning with the Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ development
Apart from getting both the Daihatsu Rocky and the Toyota Raize, Indonesians will also able to get a
refers to the Toyota GR 86.Remember that although the Subaru BRZ has made its global debut in the US
Today, you can pick up a used or reconditioned Toyota 86 or Subaru BRZ for around RM 90-150k and there
After some rumours of a delay (ultimately unfounded), the much-anticipated Toyota GR 86 is finally here
A common complaint for the Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ, or some call them the Toyobaru, is that it lacks power
This is it – Toyota and Daihatsu have just launched the Toyota Raize and Daihatsu Rocky in Indonesia
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Gorgeous gauge cluster, steering wheel & paddle shift of the Toyota 86! http://instagr.am/p/LHMcn0PIxd/
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@mijandarus dia pggl tu ke...? I tau dia pggl toyota 86 je haha. Aah do and dia ada paddle shift! Nice gak ah
F1 cars are paddle shifters. People like paddle shifters because they bring the convenience of automatic transmissions with some of the excitement you can get from manual transmissions. My Miata is manual. Wouldn’t have it any other way. But my next car, may be a paddle shift Toyota 86. The convenience of it would be paramount since not everyone in my family can legally drive stick. Plus it would still give me enough fun to shift the gears with the paddles when I felt like it.
Still fake. Even the 86 is faking it. A brand should fine tune a sporty product to the point that modification is unnecessary. Toyota isn’t interest. They interest in money. All these 86, Supra, Gundam mod iM (in Japan), etc. are all gimmicks to raise awareness and make money. They are reliable? Yes, but why? Better materials? Better production line control? Better design? These are just marketing talks. Their products are all under powered. Of course they are reliable. They limit you from reaching the red line at best they can. Of course they are reliable. They use the same stuffs over and over for 10 years+ across many models as they can in Toyota and Lexus. They would be shame if those parts are not reliable with all the data they can get from mess production! They scare to produce new and they scare to push to the limit. I have driven the LFA when I worked at a Toyota dealership about 3 or 4 years ago. The first time I don’t hate driving a Toyota. It gives you the power, the handling, the soul, the mission and purpose! The aerodynamic suck the car inward if goes fast enough in a corner, just like a STI. Which other Toyota/Lexus can do this? 86? Any proper low rider can do that. MX-5, Mini, Impreza and many others are way better than 86. What so special about it? $26k for a cheap fake sport car? For what? Regular sedan transmission with paddle shift that can’t hold too much stress? How about an AMG GLA with a proper transmission and 4 cylinder twin-turbo doing 375 hp? Plus a PE system, a true dual pipe from manufacturer. What TRD does? $30k+ for a show, the RC would be a better show although it still a ripoff. The truth is, other brands strive to provide some GTs, sport sedans and sport cars at a competition level while maintaining reliability and offer a competitive rate. Look at Porsche 718 and AMG GLA and Evolution and Impreza and 370Z. These are the cars with romance on country side and a beast on track for fun. Are they less reliable? Yes if you push them all the time without proper maintenance. But proper maintenance is the same across the board. But Toyota stop owners from pushing their products with a computer that give you headache for down shifting and reaching red line. And they call it ‘safety.’ Toyota is not that safe as the general public thinks. This is just another marketing add on value. They advertise the canard diffuser on sedan like a Corolla saying it helps to stabilize the vehicle when passing a semi-truck. Is Toyota the only brand has canard diffuser? Obviously not. Crash results? Well, go check their real scores and compare them to other brands. Fuel economy is totally a joke. Toyota output lesser than competitors. Of course the fuel economy looks good. But is it? In mountain areas like San Francisco, Austin, etc. Toyota/Lexus need way more power than many others to maintain speed going uphill. It so bad that an uphill climb on I-10 can decrease the speed effectively from a 70 mph to 55 mph. Why? Because Toyota/Lexus cars have less power output and their cars heavier than many competitors. It was actually a surprise to me that Americans take the Supra so seriously. Supra is a GT. It is heavy. A FD3S stock to stock real racing can outrun a Supra at anytime. Because FD3S is sport car. Back in the 80s and 90s, you hear Evo, Impreza, Z, RX-7, DC2, DC5, FC2, R32, S2000 in Asia most of the time. Because Supra is a heavy RWD. This is why RC isn’t performing great. LC is not any better that GTR. 718 GT4 can be better value. STI can be more fun! Speaking of the RC, do Toyota really need to launch a new Supra? It just another marketing gimmick. Good call if you are thinking of the MR2, but Honda has NSX, so…
No way you should learn as you go, with a Ferrari or any exotic. Buy small rear wheel drive agile cars like a Miata, Fiat 124, Toyota 86, or Subaru BRZ , or an Eco Boost Mustang on the larger side. Practice daily driving, shifting the gears or paddles, sharpening your reflexes, learning how a car reacts under hard braking, or understeer correction, heel and toeing on a curve, how to control power smoothly. Learn to “pilot” a car before any exotic. YouTube is full of footage on exotics ending sadly, because the owner was not prepared to drive such a car, check “Nurburgring” exotic crashes and see for yourself. In a Ferrari, everything happens faster, a lot faster. For a race car driver, “reaction times” are in the milliseconds and in a race all drivers know every nook and cranny on the track. As you know by your Sim experience , you know the next left hander or a right hander, the speed for each, and most important, the line. Out in the street , nothing is predictable. The majority of the people driving are doing something else at the same time, thus reducing “reaction time” , and the add tailgating…! When you’re born you first ; roll, then sit, then stand, then walk and eventually run apply the same basics to performance driving. Quoting a Ferrari Mechanic, “ A Ferrari has to be driven, pushed to near limits frequently for it to last, that is what they are made for”. Would you keep an Eagle in a cage?, point to ponder…