Congrats to FT86CLUB member Enrique (JDMenrique) for having his FR-S featured on the official Scion website!

Check out the full feature inside.

Wednesday March 12, 2014 10:42

FR-S Tops KBB’s Coolest Cars Under $25,000 List

Kelley Blue Book (KBB) has published their list of the coolest new cars under $25,000 for 2014 and of course the FR-S tops the list!

It has now been named the Coolest New Car Under $25k for two years running now in this list.

You may know some of these, but do you know ALL eleven of these interesting FR-S / BRZ facts?

Today (yesterday in Japan time zone) is Tada San’s (FR-S/BRZ Chief Engineer) birthday and he thanked his well-wishers on his facebook page with an exciting bit of news – that an updated 86/FR-S/GT86 is on the way!

Read his full message inside.

Thursday March 6, 2014 17:37

FR-S / BRZ February 2014 Sales Figures

2014 February sales figures are in for the FR-S and BRZ.

617 BRZ and 1,040 FR-S were sold.

See full historical stats.

Monday March 3, 2014 12:17

2014 Ford Fiesta ST vs 2014 Subaru BRZ

Is the Ken Block-approved Ford Fiesta ST hot enough to outpace the purest sports coupe $25k can buy?

Find out in this video comparison.

Thursday February 27, 2014 10:56

Report: No factory turbos for FR-S / GT86?

Some more reports that we will not be seeing a factory turbocharged FR-S / 86 / GT86.

See report @ http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=59191

In case you missed this excellent FR-S/GT86 review! [See VIDEO]

Nino Karotta crosses Europe in a GT86 to put it up against his AE86 on a racetrack.

Monday February 24, 2014 13:00

Some 86 Pics from Osaka Auto Messe 2014

Check out some photos of the Toyota 86 from the Osake Auto Messe 2014.

Thursday February 20, 2014 18:27

“Poor Sales” May Preclude New FR-S Variants?

According to a report by Autoexpress, a senior Toyota official has revealed that poor sales of the GT 86 sports car meant that additional variants, such as the much-hyped convertible and a possible performance version, are likely to be ruled out.

Speaking with Auto Express, Toyota’s European R&D boss Gerald Killmann said the GT 86 was behind sales targets in all major markets, meaning the American-market Scion FR-S as well, and that this has created doubts towards developing further variants of the car. Read more INSIDE.