The Toyota GT 86 has failed the moose test, but if you’re expecting the “classic” flip, then you’re in for a big surprise.
One of the hottest cars of the year in terms of what it has to offer and for what price it becomes available, along with its sister car signed by Subaru, the Toyota GT 86, is ending up in our news once again, after it has failed the moose test. But this isn’t just any moose test and if you’re thinking about the real deal, than you’re in for a surprise. Curious? Scroll down and click play!
As a quick reminder, the Toyota GT 86 is powered by the same engine as the Subaru BRZ or the Scion FR-S, which is the 2.0 liter four-cylinder petrol unit, borrowed by Subaru and fitted with the company’s D-4S direct injection. The petrol engine is developing a total output of 187 horsepower, at 7,000 rpm, and it has a peak torque of 205 Nm (151 lb-ft), available at 6,600 rpm. The unit is mated to a six-speed manual in standard, or to a six-speed automatic, which will be available as an option.