With Toyota's mind set on a race car version we expect this FT86 to be as exciting as their previous sports coupe such as the Celica and Supra, or better yet it might just become the second legendary drift car with Subaru's knowledge of a flat-cylinder engines combined with Toyota's expertise in a rear wheel drive platform this just might be possible.
The changes made on the FT86 II, the lower air intake is a bit taller and more sporty than before, its wheelarches looks tougher than it was, and the LED day running lights now runs with its arc down from the headlamps to its spoiler, we could say the the surfacing looks more like a designed made by Subaru. The FT86 II is a compact sports coupe and has a dimension of 4235mm length, 1795mm width and 1270 height, it will be equipped with a boxer engine most likely designed by Subaru and combined with a 6 speed manual transmission.
Toyobaru promises to show its final version of the FT86 in the 2012 showrooms. So we better watch out.