The guys at Speedhunters teamed up the KW suspension experts to create this 86X drift car based on the Toyota GT-86. (Also know as the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S depending on where you live) It recently participated in the Gatebil drift competition in Norway and plans to tour Europe while being driven by Fredric Aasbø. To get this car competition ready, the guys had to completely swap out the factory engine with a larger 2JZ-GTE sourced from a Toyota Supra.
The tuners at Wald International have released a teaser of a new kit for the upcoming Toyota 86 that has taken the world by storm. In the US, this car will be known as the Scion FR-S or Subaru BRZ, while in Europe it will be called the Toyota GT 86. All in all, this looks to be the hot commodity for tuning enthusiasts and companies worldwide. Wald has released their JDM version for the Toyota 86 with a few teaser photos we have in the this article. You can see the 86 received a new front apron making it more aggressive, new side skirts, fender vents, and a few extras at the rear.
Wald International is at it again with the Toyota Prius Mk3 after releasing their first attempt for the hybrid with the “Exclusive Line” back in 2010. This new “Sports Line” program will hit the market very soon, so look out for the new aero parts from the notorious Black Bison tuners. For this kit, it starts off with a new front bumper, side skirts and rear apron with integrated diffuser and customized exhaust exits.
Car tuning company Royal Customs has released a new body kit for the Toyota Land Cruiser that will be 1 of 20 produced worldwide. Each Land Cruiser will come with an original Royal Customs certificate of authenticity and a badge placed inside the dashboard stating the number of production. From the pictures you can see it received a new front lip, hood scoop, fender covers, rear bumper with integrated diffuser and new exhaust tips for a sportier look. The tuners also hooked it up with 1-inch body spacers to allow extra wheel clearance for the Toyota Land Cruiser in case the owners want to install new wheels.
Check out this Ferrari F430 replica kit that has been built on a Toyota Celica. When planning to build a replica, the first car the comes to mind is the Pontiac Fiero to use as the donor car. Simply because it was a mid-engine sports car that has a similar wheel base as some of the exotics today. However, occasionally you will find tuners finding new ways to construct the car of their dreams, like this Toyota Celica Ferrari F430 kit.