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The Toyota 86 and the Subaru BRZ are 2+2 sports cars that Toyota and Subaru collaboratively developed.
The 2+2 fastback coupé is distinguished by its naturally aspirated boxer engine, front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configuration, 53/47 front/rear weight balance, and low center of gravity. It also drew inspiration from Toyota's earlier AE86, a small, light, front-engine/rear-drive Corolla variant that was well-liked for Showroom Stock, Group A, Group N, Rally, Club, and drift racing.
The Boxer engine, rear-wheel drive, and Z, which stands for Zenith, are the three components that give the BRZ its name. The Subaru BRZ's front fascia is different from the design of the 86 since it has a different grille, headlamp assembly, and front fender vent. The Toyota's grill is shaped like a trapezoid, while the BRZ's is hexagonal. The headlight assembly of the BRZ has a wraparound set of LED parking lights, and the bumper has daytime running lights built in. The Subaru's suspension system is different from the Toyota's.