The transition to production car has remained reasonably faithful to the concept. The biggest changes are around the front wing/spoiler treatment and given the radical nature of the show car that was always to be expected.
On the rear bootlid there is no wing, as we saw on the concept model, but there’ll be a comprehensive OEM and aftermarket range of parts to take care of that.
Inside, too, it looks as though Toyota will be offering a range of customisation options for buyers. From the glimpse given in this leaked brochure the FT-86 interior looks half decent. A large drive shaft tunnel splitting the rear seats means it’ll be a strictly two person layout in the back.
The FT-86 has been confirmed for the Australian market with deliveries expected late next year or early in 2013. We’ll bring you more when Toyota sends out official pics and information.