TOM’s racing built a V6-powered Toyota GT86/ Scion FR-S for last year’s Tokyo Auto Salon. The TOM’s N086V has a 400-horsepower V6 fitted to the Toyota GT86/ Scion FR-S body.
The TOM’s N086V uses the 3.5-liter V6 engine from the Lexus IS350 and Lexus GS350 swapped into the FR-S. The engine is then tuned up to 400-horsepower, double the stock FR-S’ 200-hp, but the same as a bolt on turbo kit for the FR-S makes.
Like any concept car worth its salt, the TOM’s N086V has a custom body kit with a new front bumper, carbon fiber wide body fenders, custom side skirts and a custom rear bumper with a diffuser.
What’s really interesting about this concept is that it proved that the V6 engine could fit in a FR-S. That engine might be the one used in the FR-S based Supra that Toyota hinted at with the Gazoo Racing concept.