Is this our first look at the new Toyota GR 86 or Subaru BRZ? According to multiple reports, one of next-generation sports car twins is behind the camouflage of the developmental mule seen here.
Compared to the current 86 and BRZ, the new model looks quite similar, pointing to an exterior design evolution, rather than a revolution, for the two-door coupe.
But look at the next-generation sports car a little more closely and you’ll notice it’s basically a match for the renderings published by Best Car Web in June, which it claimed were based on the new GR 86’s production-ready exterior design.
As reported, at least one of the next-generation sports car twins is expected to be revealed in March next year, with both to be powered by a ‘FA24’ 2.4-litre naturally aspirated boxer-four-cylinder engine from Subaru, which produces 162kW of power and 240Nm torque.
The next-generation GR 86 and BRZ will use an updated version of their current platform (including its MacPherson-strut front and double-wishbone rear suspension) and will measure 4250mm long (with a 2570mm wheelbase), 1780mm wide and 1315mm tall.
Article Source: Cars Guide MagazineAugust 11, 2020 9:03 am