Top Secret Toyota FT-86 Rendering is Cool

Top Secret Toyota Concept 2 photos
Photo: BramDC via deviantart
The Toyota FT-86 concept built in 2009 represented the base for the following GT 86, Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S close relatives. Powered by a 2-liter Toyota-Subaru developed boxer engine, the FT-86 was built on a modified Subaru Impreza platform and its design cues were inspired by the earlier FT-HS concept.
However, a passionate digital artist named Bram took the Toyota FT-86 concept and thought about a racing version of it, thus creating the “Top Secret” custom coupe you can see in the adjacent picture.

The concept gets a full body kit with flared wheel arches racing derived front and rear bumpers, as well as six-spoked racing wheels and a large wing at the back. Based on a two-tone theme with metallic beige and black for the hood, A-pillars and the rear wing, the car also got a racing inspired livery, having manufacturer stickers and the “Top Secret” marking allover the place.
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