2011 Tokyo Motor Show #2
Apparently no one told Toyota that when Americans get rid of something, they "86" it. But we certainly don't want to 86 the 86, because this 2-plus-2 is too darn good looking. And not only is it properly swoopy, but the Toyota-Subaru joint venture also promises to be a blast to drive, equipped as it will be with Subaru's boxer engine rejuvenated with Toyota's direct-injection technology to produce 200 horsepower. (The just-introduced Subaru BRZ is virtually the same vehicle under the skin.) In the U.S. market the Toyota 86 will become the Scion FR-S when it goes on sale next year with this styling largely intact.