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Toyota to showcase a 315bhp Toyota 86 at Goodwood

Toyota to showcase a 315bhp Toyota 86 at Goodwood

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The Toyota 86 is one of the most anticipated sports cars that came out from Japan in the past few years. But as soon as it was released, many complained about the lack of power and wanted more out of it. It seems that these clamouring have not gone unnoticed because Toyota will display a much more powerful 86 at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

 

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Toyota will bring two special versions of the Toyota 86 at this year

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