Not sure if this article is posted here anywhere, but it's been posted on ClubSub in New Zealand and makes for very interesting reading. Especially once you realize this was a car that is created to be changed and was not created to make Toyota, or probably Subaru, a great deal of money. I think it's a great idea to let the user decide what their car needs.
Quote from article:
“The 86 was such a popular maniac car not because of what the maker did, but what the users did with it. It created its own aftermarket and a tuner industry. The idea of the FT-86 is basically the same. We want to create a car that is easy for people to tune and to play with.”
Check it out: http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/201...hief-engineer/