A 2+2 sports car boasting a low center of gravity, rear-wheel drive (RWD), and a Subaru-sourced, horizontally opposed 4-cylinder engine, the Toyota 86 was, until 2017, called the Scion FR-S in the U.S. market. With Scion’s discontinuation, the FR-S adopted one of Toyota’s global names for the car: 86. The name references the 1983-1987 Corolla GT-S, known among enthusiasts as the AE86. This version of the Corolla was revered for its light curb weight, RWD, and enjoyable driving dynamics. The Toyota 86 was jointly engineered with Subaru, is built by Subaru in Japan, and is also available as the Subaru BRZ.
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