2020 Toyota 86 Hakone Edition Goes Green For U.S., In A Manner Of Speaking

The Toyota 86 remains one of our favorite affordable sports cars and now there’s a new addition for 2020.

Named after one of the greatest driving roads in the world, the 86 Hakone Edition is based on the 86 GT and is virtually identical to the JDM-only 86 British Green Limited. As a result, it features an eye-catching green paint job which is contrasted by a black spoiler and 17-inch wheels with a bronze finish.

Also Read: Japan’s Toyota 86 British Green Limited Edition

The sporty styling continues in the cabin as the Hakone Edition has two-tone leather and Alcantara seats which are separated by a matching armrest. Drivers will also find a Toyota 86 logo embroidered on the dashboard as well as tan contrast stitching on the steering wheel, parking brake and shifter. Last but not least, there’s a special trunk mat with an embossed 86 logo.

Since the model is based on the 86 GT, it comes nicely equipped with LED headlights and a dual exhaust system with chrome tips. Other highlights include a dual-zone automatic climate system, heated seats and an anti-theft system. Buyers will also find cruise control, a push button ignition and a remote keyless entry system. As a special bonus, owners will receive a pair of tan key gloves and a folio cover with a debossed 86 logo.

Like the standard model, the Hakone Edition has a 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine that produces up to 205 hp (153 kW / 208 PS) and 156 lb-ft (211 Nm) of torque. It can be connected to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic.

The 2020 Toyota 86 Hakone Edition will go on sale in the United States this fall and pricing will be announced closer to launch. However, we can expect the car to cost slightly more than the 2019 86 GT which starts at $29,355.

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  • Denzel

    That color combo is 🔥🔥

  • Six_Tymes

    wow, I love it. just should have a flat bottom steering wheel

    • MonkeyRider

      Akio Toyota doesn’t like flat bottom steering wheel.
      No joke, really.

  • roy

    Beautiful

  • TB

    Sharp!

  • SteersUright

    Shame about the engine, otherwise, I love it!!

  • Netsphere

    why does this car even have traction control? one of the reasons i dont want to buy a new car

    • Yeah I love slipping off the road too hell yeah thats so cool man

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      If you have the standard tires, you really need it.

    • baofe

      Yeah man it’s like automatic windows and push button. I want to crank my own windows and engine up like in the 30’s! A/C and modern technologies are uesless right!? New cars suuuuuccck.

  • Mr. EP9

    Oh wow, another boring special edition.

  • Perry F. Bruns

    Hakone matata.

  • Alduin

    The green compliments the gold wheels nicely.

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