The 86 is the result of a joint development between Toyota and Subaru, bringing together the best of each company’s technical know-how and their mutual passion for sports cars. Toyota’s new 86 sports car is offered in two model grades – 86 GT and 86 GTS – with the choice of six-speed manual or six-speed direct-shift automatic transmissions.
The Toyota 86 GTS has 17-inch alloy wheels with full-sized alloy spare wheel, and a limited-slip differential on manual and automatic models.
Additional equipment on the high-grade model includes auto-levelling HID headlamps with integrated daytime running lamps, windscreen top shade, front foglamps and smart entry/smart start.
Inside, Toyota 86 GTS has the additional features of leather-accented front seats with Alcantara® fabric inserts, front-seat heaters, dual-zone auto climate-control air conditioning, aluminium pedals and door scuff plates.
It also has a premium three-spoke steering wheel and parking brake lever, premium (carbon-look) instrument panel finish, frameless interior rear-view mirror and red stitching interior highlights.
The Toyota 86 GTS is priced from $35,490. Automatic transmission costs an extra $2,500 on both grades.