Although this may not technically be the production version, it could represent what the new car will look like with a few accessories on it. These are likely to include the chrome stripe down the side and certain elements of the bodykit and other trimmings.
The interior of the Toyota FT-86 has also been revealed in this brochure, showcasing a sporty cabin with a three-spoke sports steering wheel and high transmission tunnel. The images preview two-tone seats offering heavy side bolsters for cornering support.
In the top corner of the interior shot you can just make out the instrument cluster displaying an optimistic 9000rpm tacho. However, this could be part of the accessories being advertised. The redline appears to come in at around 7500rpm in any case.
As far as engine details go, no information on the official specifications has been released yet. It's understood the FT-86 will feature a 2.0-litre Subaru boxer engine producing around 150kW of power. The power will be sent through a six-speed manual transmission and into a limited-slip differential at the back.
The Toyota FT-86 is set to be unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show on November 30. CarAdvice will be on hand to provide all the coverage.
What do you think of the looks so far? Is it what you were expecting, even if accessorised?