Autocar’s Steve Sutcliffe has recently went for a spin in one of the most interesting cheap vehicles out there, the Toyota GT86.
It may have been a couple of years or more since Toyota has officially pulled the wraps off the GT86 and Subaru off the BRZ but the small rear-wheel drive sports car is still catching some attention, as Steve Sutcliffe, from Autocar, has recently found out. The journalist took the model for a spin and had to admit that this might just be the best Japanese car. Sutcliffe’s review of the GT86 can be seen in the video posted below.
The Toyota GT86 has been in production since January 2012 and it’s currently being assembled on Ota, Gunma, Japan. The model is being offered in a two-door coupe body style, with a front engine and rear-wheel drive layout. Power is being provided by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder boxer engine, which is mated to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. In fact, these are the only options available for the Toyota GT86. The total length of the car stands at 4,240 mm, the width at 1,775 mm and the height at 1,285 mm, weighing 1,190 kg.