Toyota GT 86 2013 Aggressive Aerodynamic Design – Toyota GT 86 2013 gets the name with the title from from behind Toyota. The GT part comes from 2000GT in the 1960s, while the number 86 comes from the Corolla AE86 in the 1980s, a car that has gained legendary status with Japanese sports cars and drift fans around the world.
An aerodynamic form of Toyota GT 86 2013 where not only sports cars, but also blends elegance with beauty and aggressiveness. Many who fall in love with concept design will rejoice in the fact that not much has changed for the production model. The overall shape and design of the car is inspired by the Corolla-based AE86 sports coupe that was launched in the 80s.
Toyota GT 86 2013 is a compact rear-wheel-drive sports coupe model with an aerodynamic body from the front end to the rear end that rises low to the ground to improve handling and allows for easy cutting of the air. Fasia is really aggressive with long, sharp, intimidating looking lights, and an enlarged down grille and a bold “Scorpion” style down the grille. Rearward, the new GT-86 gets a new rear spoiler, twin rear exhaust and a “86” piston logo. It sits on the 17 “alloy wheels. Toyota GT 86 2013 with dimensions it has 4,240 mm in length and only 1,285 mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,570 mm. It offers a nearly 53:47 weight distribution and a center of gravity of only 475 mm.
Toyota GT 86 2013 with the interior is equally sportsmanship with the exterior where the steering wheel flat with its own red stitching. It measures only 365 mm, the smallest but suitable for Toyota and has been completed in deer skin. In addition, the GT-86 also has aluminum pedals, navigation systems, gauges that light up with red neon, digital readings, and gray instrument panels that seamlessly form a darker dashboard.
The Toyota GT 86 2013 cockpit is further reinforced by carbon-trim effects, sporty black roof layers, red seam seams and aviation-style switchgear rockers. It comes with a large tachometer that offers visibility at a glance and is easy to read during sport driving. The front seats have also been designed to offer exceptional comfort, as well as to prevent the elbows disturbing the gearshift operation.
Toyota GT 86 2013 is powered by a 2.0-liter flat-four engine combined with D-4S technology that is a direct injection combined with a port injection. With separate twin injectors for direct injection and ports, and a 12.5: 1 high compression ratio, the D-4S boosts power and torque through various engine speeds without sacrificing fuel efficiency and environmental performance.
In the Toyota GT 86 2013 model this engine will only provide 200 HP at 7000 rpm and maximum torque of 151 lb-ft at 6600 rpm. This engine will be mated to a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. This manual will offer a fast and precise shift with short-throw, while Toyota GT 86 2013 with automatic transmission will feature a sporty shift controlled by a steering wheel-mounted paddle shift. Power will be distributed effectively to the rear wheels through a limited slip differential.