A Toyota GT 86 has been recently crashed in Japan and we actually think that this is the first incident involving the new sports car.
We have always said here on inautonews.com that where ever there will be exotic cars, there will also be exotic car crashes, and even if we’re not talking about an exotic car, we couldn’t ignore this news. As you can see from the video posted below this article, a Toyota GT 86 was doing donuts in Japan when its driver probably forgot to spin the wheel before pressing the gas pedal. Usually when we write about car crashes we’re used to seeing damage on the vehicles, but the damages here are only a few scratches, which is less than we can say about the driver’s ego.
As a reminder, the Toyota GT 86, which was recently launched in Japan, is powered by the Subaru borrowed 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine, with the company’s D-4S direct injection, which is developing a total output of 197 horsepower at 7,000 rpm and 205 Nm of torque (151 lb-ft) at 6,600 rpm. The sports car is 4,240 mm long, 1,285 mm tall and 2,570 mm wide, being the most compact four-seat sports car on the market.