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Mike Stevens | Jun 28, 2012

The twincharged Toyota 86 Sports FR concept, developed by the carmaker's motorsport partner Gazoo Racing, is bound for Britain.

The company has confirmed today that it is taking its supercharged and turbocharged coupe to this weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed, where it will tackle the famous hill-climb event.

While we suspect the regular 86 would do just fine - if not at the level of the supercars that will be in attendance - the Sports FR's 235kW and 421Nm should make for a competitive outing.

Acceleration figures for the concept still have not been revealed. But perhaps a record of its performance at the event will be enough to sate the appetites of fans.

 

About the 86 Sports FR Concept

Along with its turbo- and supercharger enhanced heart, the Sports FR adds unique widebody styling, handling and aero bits. There are new guards at the front and rear, new bumpers and skirts, and a big fat wing on the rear deck.

Large 18-inch wheels prop up each corner, wrapped in 245/40 rubber at the front and 265/35 at the rear.

The usual accoutrement of features can be found inside, including a new steering wheel and a pair of racing bucket seats. The entertainment system has also been turfed to make room for the obligatory gauges.

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