It’s Official – Toyota And Subaru Will Work Together On New 86 / BRZ
At last the Japanese brands have issued a press release officially confirming a second generation of the sports car duo.
Exact specifications on the second-generation 86 and BRZ are yet to be announced, but Toyota has confirmed that both cars will be rear-wheel-drive. Toyota has also said that the two vehicles will be completely new from the ground up, rather than a simple rehash of the current models.
Given the average production cycle of a vehicle is around seven to eight years, and the existing GT 86 and BRZ were both launched in 2012, it’s likely that the second-generation will launch towards the end of 2020.