Reports from Autocar detail that Toyota and Subaru are currently in the works of creating new technology for the GT86, BRZ and Scion FR-S that include a new track telemetry system that will use an onboard black-box. This black-box telemetry system will actually record data from track days that will then be able to be uploaded to a Sony PlayStation so that users can compare their times with other FR-S owners. The report also describes how Toyota is also working on mapping major tracks from across the globe. While no word when this technology will actually debut, but buyers of early models will be able to debut, but according to the report, buyers of early models will be able to retrofit their cars with the telemetry system pretty easily.
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