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Old 10-26-2011, 11:28 PM   #1
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Modellista Toyota 86 Revealed

From Modellista, Toyota's in-house tuning arm!

The brochure mentions no technical details of the production car, but shows plenty of the exterior and interior.

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Both interior views are of the manual version, while the close up of the shift knob is of the automatic version.

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interesting find
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Switches beneath climate control are same as mule

Arrangement of climate control differs slightly. V-shaped vs. Straight horizontal. Doors look the same.

Gauges are similar layout


Door is the same

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I would be happy with that interior.
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Arrangement of climate control differs slightly. V-shaped vs. Straight horizontal
they both look v-shaped to me, looks like an almost perfect match
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Yes Yes Yes!!

So happy that there will be Modellista Parts for this car!

Push button start too!
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Btw, bear with the terrible MS-paint, but... what is that big button encircled with Windows-Yellow? And what are those little switches to the top of it?

I presume that's the USB/Aux to the left of the big button?

One last question, is the green circle referencing a manual? It reminds me more of an automatic? Its been a while but I haven't been paying attention to how Toyota has lately made their cars.
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Buggy answered in the other thread or tried to.
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^ Looks like push start to me.
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Bah you guys are too fast lol. >_<

I see the replies, want to edit them and just throw it over here?

@tranzformer Hmm interesting though for a push start, didn't they have a key for the race car?
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I'm starting to think this could be legit. Want to get some engine specs next
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Btw, bear with the terrible MS-paint, but... what is that big button encircled with Windows-Yellow? And what are those little switches to the top of it?

I presume that's the USB/Aux to the left of the big button?

One last question, is the green circle referencing a manual? It reminds me more of an automatic? Its been a while but I haven't been paying attention to how Toyota has lately made their cars.
its got a clutch..
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its got a clutch..
Mmm... shifter in the main picture (top left) is red? lol I dunno... though the second picture right below it also has a clutch. -_-;



Thought most manuals look like that (note, this is just a random image found on google, not related to Toyota's at all)
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Green looks like

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N +

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Btw, bear with the terrible MS-paint, but... what is that big button encircled with Windows-Yellow? And what are those little switches to the top of it?

I presume that's the USB/Aux to the left of the big button?

One last question, is the green circle referencing a manual? It reminds me more of an automatic? Its been a while but I haven't been paying attention to how Toyota has lately made their cars.
The green circle is the automatic. It has the P-R-N-D and - M + for the manual shift option. If you look at the other pictures of the shift knobs they are different. Looks like the manual ones have a lock that needs to be pulled up to allow it to shift to reverse.
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Yes, you're correct. That's AT ver. If you look at it, all three pics have different designs (shifter & wheel colors ). Also if you didn't notice, there's no ring below the shifter to pull it into reverse
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Man, I JUST saw this on NASIOC and was going to post here, but you beat me! LOL! Yeah the zoom in version of the tranny looks to be of an automatic. And that button circled in yellow does look to be a push start. I really like the tach.
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Yup, that's what I'm seeing. Can't quite make out those buttons right below it though.

Back trunk? ... uh... something squiggly , and wet paint? Bah where's the CSI enhance people when you need them?
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Bah you guys are too fast lol. >_<

I see the replies, want to edit them and just throw it over here?

@tranzformer Hmm interesting though for a push start, didn't they have a key for the race car?
It'll have a key most likely. S2000 had to put key in turn it then hit the button

Auto might be paddle shifters both of the zoomed out interiors are manuals.
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@StealthESW and @ichitaka05

Huh, that's interesting, though do you mind if you throw a circle on where you see the lock for reverse? -__- I'm going a little blind staring at the zoomed in images lol.

And also @ichi, what does the Japanese text say?
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Yup, that's what I'm seeing. Can't quite make out those buttons right below it though.

Back trunk? ... uh... something squiggly , and wet paint? Bah where's the CSI enhance people when you need them?
The one on the right looks like VSC ON/OFF. (Vehicle Stability Control)
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