2011 Toyota FT-86 II Concept
The coupes profile has been restyled by the designers by eliminating the lower swoop line and then adding a new beltline that starts from the front wheel arch with a new air vent and terminates at the rear window. The rear window itself has also grown in size and Toyota has split the front window. The A-Column blackout finish has been removed as well. Other changes include a more pronounced rear wheel arch and new side rocker panels. From a front fascia perspective there is a new bumper with a large center grille and LED daytime running lights. You might also notice that the edges of the bumper have a more concave appearance. The rear of the car has been restyled as well with standalone, protruding tail lamps and a different rear bumper. From the rear you will also find the diffuser is more noticeable and larger tailpipes.
All in all, the updated concept has an aggressive style that has had some like Carscoop comparing it to the “Fast and Furious” movie franchise and the vehicles style depicted throughout. Something else that is interesting is that the Subaru version of the FT-86 II concept is rumored to be very similar to that of the Toyota. Makes us wonder what the differentiators will be.
[Source: Carscoop, Autocar]