Yaris ZR hatch and YRX sedan shown
Prius c i-Tech® shown
Corolla Levin ZR Hatch and Ultima Sedan shown
Rukus Build 3 model shown
Prius i-Tech® shown
Prius v shown
Camry Atara SL shown
Aurion Presara shown
86 GTS shown
Camry HL shown
Prius i-Tech® and Camry Hybrid Luxury shown
RAV4 Cruiser model shown
FJ Cruiser shown
Kluger Grande shown
Prado Kakadu 5 door Wagon shown
HiLux SR5 T/D Double Cab shown
LandCruiser 70 Series Cab Chassis GXL shown with optional tray
LandCruiser 200 Sahara 5 door Wagon shown
Tarago Ultima shown
HiAce Long WheelBase (LWB) Van shown
Coaster Deluxe shown
The 86 was born on the track and was designed to be the ideal sports car.
The 86 was designed to bring back the joy of sports car driving.
The 86's ultra-low centre of gravity provides an exhilarating, ground-hugging driving experience.
The 86 was born and bred on some of the most demanding race tracks in the world: Fuji Speedway and Shibets in Japan and the Nürburgring in Germany.
Models shown (left to right): 86 GTS Option Pack in Mount Fuji Red, 86 GT in Pegasus White, 86 GTS in Velocity Orange[P2].
The 86 design reflects Toyota's long sports car heritage.
The 86 cockpit is functional, practical and stylish.
The 86 cockpit is designed to make you feel at one with the car.
In October 2009, the FT-86 concept was presented at the Tokyo Motor Show and strongly hinted at an exciting sports car to come.
In 2011, the penultimate concept - the FT86 II concept was shown at the Geneva Motor Show (front view).
In 2011, the penultimate concept - the FT86 II concept was shown at the Geneva Motor Show (rear view).
Australians got their first glimpse of the FT-86G Concept Car at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney in October 2010.