The new Toyota 86 was released two days ago, a predictable yet welcome sister to the Subaru BRZ. To be the cheapest sports coupe you can buy, this model needs to impress many people. Unfortunately, this is not a radical departure from the previous generation.
With a low-mounted boxer engine and styling straight out of the Initial D, the 86 is cool. But the only problem is that all the cool kids want something in the middle of the engine now because of the C8 Corvette. Not only does this setup improve traction and performance, but it lets you get the super picture dream.
To celebrate the launch of GR 86, artists superrenderscars took us on a mid-engine journey with their latest creation. This simple layout change immediately turns this Toyota into something exciting, something every sports car fan wants to own. It would not even matter how much power it gives; people just need to have this.
The changes are not large, as the greenhouse only moves a few centimeters forward and becomes a little lower. A factor in engine setup, and you̵
Of course, Toyota made this car. It is the legendary MR2, which began as an internal project way back in the late 1970s. The Midship Runabout 2-seater, along with the Celica and Supra, meant that if you wanted a reliable sports car at the time, the Big T could not be ignored.
After the Supra Mk4 died, things went quiet, and Toyota went back to making the most boring cars for the masses. But they are currently witnessing a GR revolution. Supra is back, 86 is new and a Corolla hatch can follow. Why not an MR2?
Such cars are expensive to develop, something Subaru and BMW did. Not many companies have experience with making a medium-sized sports car. But Lotus does, and Toyota has a history with the British. They helped to dial in the suspension setup on the original MR2.