The Evolution of the FT-86

We take you step-by-step from the 1983 Toyota Corolla GT-S to the upcoming Scion FR-S and Subaru FT-86 Coupe.

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1983–1987 Toyota Corolla GT-S: The original AE86 is officially called the Levin and Sprinter Trueno in Japan, and the Corolla GT-S here in the U.S.

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2009: unveils the spiritual successor of the AE86, calling it the FT-86, at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. We also find out about Subaru's involvement.

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2010: Toyota's Japanese in-house tuning arm, G's, introduces a tuner version of the car months after the original made its debut. This one is called the FT-86 G Sports Concept.

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2011: Toyota shows us another FT-86 at the 2011 Geneva Show, this one with more flair than the version two years earlier. This led to the introduction of the Scion FR-S in New York, a few months later.

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2012: Our version of what the final production version will look like when it comes out next year. This image is based on recent of the car.

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2013 Subaru STI Coupe: A glimpse of what Subaru's version of the compact rear-drive sports car will look like. This image is also based on recent of the car.

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