When we think of some of the best and renowned Japanese automakers, Toyota and Subaru are perhaps the names that top the list. The reason is their power-packed performance that the users appreciate. Both of these automobile manufacturers have something amazing to offer its users. Starting with Toyota, it is a legendary vehicle manufacturer across the globe.
Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ: Same But Different?
Next-Gen Toyota 86, Subaru BRZ May Use Toyota Platform
While I'm excited that these new coupes—rear-drivers that fully embrace traditional sports-car virtues—are in the marketplace, I can't help but feel that there's something strange about the way they're marketed. In case you haven't noticed, these two cars are mechanically identical and look very similar. We've seen more than a few cars in the past share engines and platforms. But in the case of the FR-S and BRZ, manufacturers from the same country are marketing "identical twin" cars to basically the same customer.
2017 Subaru BRZ vs. 2017 Toyota 86: Compare Cars
If you want a sporty car and aren't into muscle-car poses and smoky burnouts, there really aren't many no-frills rear-wheel-drive coupes. But two of the best possibilities left are ones you'll almost certainly want to consider: the Subaru BRZ and the Toyota What's that, you say? They're the same car? They're really similar, but each has a slightly different personality.
Toyota also referred to its first sports car, the Sports , given that both this car and the 86 share a boxer engine layout. Initial layout and design elements for the 86 were presented by Toyota using its "FT" Future Toyota concept car nomenclature. In , Toyota bought