This Toyota GR 86 It’s not even on sale in the US yet, but we have seen adjusted and redesigned versions of common suspects from Japan. The latest product is SARD, which is a tuner and racing equipment specializing in Toyota products.The company may be the creator of some of the most well-known racial versions of Americans Toyota Supra In various versions of Big tour PlayStation series games. Part of SARD’s business even involves Toyota power boats.However, this GR 86 is a product of the company’s street tuning arm, and it looks a bit like a baby. Lexus LFA.
This similarity mainly comes from the deep triangular elements under the headlights of the sports coupe, which replace a set of black elements in the shape of a boomerang, which call this space the home of the ordinary GR 86. The thick, eye-catching panel logo with SARD sweeps across the top of the front fender vent, while the thick decal adds a wedge element in front of the rear wheel, giving a sense of extra body width without actually Inflate the fender (this seems to be another inventory, although we may not be completely sure, because the details of this version are limited) At the rear, aftermarket taillights and a new exhaust system with an appropriately large and bold tip complement the fitted carbon fiber wings.
Do you think that SARD’s work is an improvement of the GR 86 standard is completely subjective. However, it is consistent with the concept version of the company’s GR 86 predecessor, Toyota 86— Especially the GR 86 GT3 concept car next to it.
We only ridden quickly with GR 86 At this point, although we hope to have the opportunity to master the steering wheel soon. The Toyobaru twins are now powered by a 228-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder four-cylinder engine. The manual transmission is standard, and we expect both cars to be slightly faster than the estimated 6.6 seconds of Subaru and Toyota, reaching 60 mph. Based on our time in the passenger seat, we hope that Toyota can actually solve some of the things that made us frustrated with the last car while maintaining the driver-centric nature of the previous car.