Japanese students showed Toyota GT86 pickup with Lamborghini Urus appearance

Japanese students showed Toyota GT86 pickup with Lamborghini Urus appearance

January 11, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The car debuted at the Tokyo Auto Show

Students at the Japanese Automobile College (NATS) presented their new project at the Tokyo Motor Show – a compact pickup with a Lamborghini Urus exterior, built on the basis of a Toyota GT86. The original sport coupe almost completely reworked the body, equipped it with a suspension with increased ground clearance and 20-inch wheels with Nitto tires of dimension 265/50.

The pickup is equipped with an upgraded engine from a conventional GT86. This is a two-liter unit with a GReddy turbocharger, which allowed to increase the return to 270 horsepower and maximum torque to 304 Nm. More information about the project yet.

In 2014, BMW trainees built a pickup truck based on the MINI Paceman crossover. The car is created in a single copy and is certified for driving on public roads.

In 2011, BMW itself built a pickup truck based on the M3 convertible. This car was created as a joke by April 1 and shown at a special event for the press.