The next generation of Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ sports compartments should appear in 2021, with the two models likely to get a larger engine and even more rigid suspension and precise steering. So far, Toyota and Subaru have not been particularly enthusiastic about sharing information on the next generation of the two models, but the Japan Times has made some interesting details.
The most important of these is that the 2-liter 4-cylinder boxer who now drives the cars will give way to a 2.4-liter engine, but it is still unclear whether the new turbocharger will be available. The new models will also have a lower center of gravity, which will make them even more interesting to ride. Subaru has a 2.4-liter turbo engine that is used in the Ascent, and in this case its power is 260 horsepower and has a maximum torque of 376 Nm. For GT86 and BRZ we should expect at least a slight increase in power.
The previous statement on the topic belongs to the GT86 and Supra chief engineer Tetsuya Tada, who explained that if the next generation GT86 gets a turbo engine, it will require the car to be built on a new platform.