“Powerful sports cars use a lot of computer technology so that anyone can drive and handle them. We decided not to go down that road. From the beginning, the concept was to put the driver back in the driver’s seat, and to eliminate computers as much as possible today,” he said in a interview with The Truth About Cars.
He said that the development team talked to owners, fanatics, real buyers of sports cars around the world. They said they didn’t just want the fastest car in the world, but one that felt connected and pure.
We don’t know much about how this will be achieved, but Tada did say the FT-86 will have the lowest center of gravity of any production car on the market.