Toyota released miniature GT86 to combat boredomApril 2, 2020
To pass the time in self-isolation, the Japanese brand released paper templates to create GT86 miniatures.
Too much free time idle? Toyota comes to the rescue with a series of templates that can be cut and glued to create miniature GT86 paper models.
Inspired by retro-models of a sports car created for the 2015 Goodwood Speed Festival celebrating the brand’s 50th anniversary in the UK, they include a batch of six cars: the Yatabe Speed Trial Toyota 2000GT, Shelby Toyota 2000GT, Ove Andersson’s Toyota Celica 1600GT, IMSA GTU Toyota Celica, Castrol Toyota Celica GT-Four and Esso Ultron Tiger Toyota Supra.
The automaker recommends printing documents on paper in A3 format instead of the more common A4 format. This makes the process “a little less complicated” and gives you the best end result for parking on your desk.
The estimated build time for the GT86 is one hour, and Toyota recommends that those who decide to spend time creating miniature models share photos of the resulting models on the company’s official British social networks – and you can do the same in our Comment Section.
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