It’s a spirited display, capturing the essence of this rally-inspired machine in action, and enthusiasts wouldn’t have it any other way.
They put a stop to the project amid concerns the vehicle would be “limited to enthusiasts,” and would “lack impact.
Production is reportedly slated to commence at the beginning of next year.
It is available in limited numbers and customers are encouraged to register their interest with the nearest dealer as soon as they can.
The turbocharged 3.0-litre straight-six has been tweaked to deliver 382 hp (285 kW), up from 250 kW.
The first GR Zone open day takes place this Saturday (6 May) and “promises to be a fun-filled day for petrolheads.”
The Toyota GR86 is only two years old but reports coming out of Japan suggest we will see an all-new GR86 as soon as 2025.
You can complete the new look with a set of 22-inch KW-LT2 R22/ET forged rims which carry an $8,600 (approx. R140k) price tag.
Even before entering the cabin, you can tell it’s the three-pedal model by the red “Supra” lettering on the rear bumper.
We have to take things with a grain of salt for now.