The Toyota 86 GT with the Dynamic Performance Package is a hoot to drive, despite showing its age in certain areas.
The Toyota 86 is getting a bit long in the tooth but will be replaced with an all-new model.
Whereas most modified Toyota 86s are lower than standard, this example sits much higher.
The two Japanese automakers are further deepening their ties and will also collaborate in electric vehicles and autonomous driving tech.
The nee Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ could get a more powerful 2.4-liter flat-four, but it’s unknown whether it’ll use forced induction or not.
When you thought you’ve seen ‘em all, in comes this widebody Toyota 86 with negative camber wheels.
The new Toyobaru twins will reportedly launch in the market in 2021.
The handling package adds Brembo brakes, SACHS dampers and 18-inch alloy wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires.
Fancy that….fancy green hue? The 86 Hakone Edition will reportedly cost at least $2,975 more than the base model.
The engine for this Toyota 86 is up for sale for $3,300 and is still in working order.
The Toyota 86 is lighter and nimbler than the Supra; not to mention it comes with a manual transmission.
Toyota’s entry-level sports car is affordable and fun, but it’s cabin is starting to feel dated and we still wish it had more power.