|Corolla GT-S AE86 (ハチロク)|
|277 184 305 342|
|1.6L I4 (4A-GE)|
|119 bhp @ 6,600 RPM|
|103 lb·ft @ 5,000 RPM|
The Toyota Corolla GT-S AE86 (Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX in Japan) was set into production in 1983 and is part of the Toyota Sprinter's 5th generation E80-series. Like the Corolla the production-line of the Sprinter was split up in RWD and FWD models. The E80-series was also the last generation to have RWD models.
The car is best known for having appeared as the main car in the Japanese Initial D manga/anime series that has been running in Japan since 1994. It tells the story of an 18-year-old boy named Takumi Fujiwara that is deemed unbeatable in his Toyota AE86 Trueno as he races touge after touge, beating some of the most powerful cars Japan has ever made. In real life, Keiichi Tsuchiya, a world-renowned race car driver and the "Drift King", is best known for driving the AE86, among many other cars.
The "White" edition was released on July 27th, 2010, and is the Cash version of the Corolla. It comes completely stock and features no performance parts.
The "SpeedHunters" edition was made available on July 27th, 2010, as an exclusive gift car to those who ordered a Starter Pack from the EA Store (now Origin). The car comes pre-equipped with aftermarket parts but no performance parts or Skill Mods. The car can no longer be obtained.
The "C-Spec" edition was released on December 21st, 2012, and was made available as a Top-Up gift. It comes pre-equipped with a mixed set-up of performance parts, 3-star Skill Mods and aftermarket parts. The car entered the Car Dealer for the first time on July 21st, 2013, where it was put for sale for a limited time only. The car is part of the Best In Class-series.
Overall Performance Edit
The Toyota Corolla AE86's has a stock top speed of 206 km/h (128 mph) which is below average compared to other cars in Class D. The Corolla lacks acceleration and features a very weak nitrous output when it's stock but that can be compensated by putting higher level performance parts on. Due to its low curb weight and grip the car can turn very well.
In races, it's advisable not to take it into highway-based tracks, due to its low top speed. It however fares well in most technical tracks, due to its quick acceleration and handling when its performance has been tuned.
Using the Corolla in Pursuit Outruns and Team Escapes is not recommended. It may swiftly dodge Rhinos and other police units well with its handling but due to its light weight, the Corolla can get pushed around by the cops very easily. Colliding with an oncoming Rhino head-on will impact very hard against it.
Dealer Information Edit
|Prime||Stock||Stock||Style D 17"||Stock||Stock||Stage 2||Stock|
|Verge wide||Q-Tech||Stock||Equip 03 18"||Stock||Sapphire Iridescent||Stage 3||BIC-86|
|Verge wide||Stock||Stock||Equip 03 17"||Stock||Stock||Stage 3||Stock|
Skill Mod DetailsEdit
|25 %||25 %||33 %||3.5 %||15 %|
|This car does not feature any Hoods.|
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|Former||Toyota Corolla GT-S AE86|
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