-86: Toyota more or less ran the project and as such is still a very Toyota feeling car given that. Basically Toyota did a large part of the engineering/development and provided a few parts, and Subaru assisted and produces the car and vast majority of the parts. The FA20 engine was also co-developed by Toyota/Yamaha and Subaru and that's the reason it is as awesome as it is (D4-S included) for a boxer IMO.That's bitterly disappointing. Can you say how hands on Toyota were with the development of the original 86 after they partnered with Subaru? I'd really like to know how much input they had in the direction of the car, cause if it looses that essence well.. that would suck. If it is an improvement along that line, then I could get over it... FHI is practically into the fold of Toyota's group of companies right now. To echo @jm6k somewhat, does this mean that the rumors of Subaru's new platform not being able to accommodate rwd is untrue?
-MKV Supra: Toyota tested parts, did some of the engineering/development, but most of the engineering, vast majority of parts, and all of the production are BMW.
-GR86: will be pretty much all Subaru while hitting the points on the Toyota's list of must haves, but there will be Toyota advisors. Toyota also owns 20% of Subaru at this point, so...