The Japanese automaker has turned up with renowned tuning companies to unveil several different redesigned versions of the 2022 GR 86 sports coupe.
The all-new Toyota GR 86 is due to hit the brand’s dealerships later this year. Before the new GR 86 hit the roads around the world, Toyota worked with many legendary Japanese tuners to create seven different interpretations of the best GR 86 of 2022. This series of tuning projects has also allowed the tuners to prepare vehicle modifications for customers who are sure to start upgrading their new GR 86 sports right after they return home with their purchase.
The original Toyota GR 86 debuted as the Scion FR-S in 2012 alongside its sister car from Subaru known as the BRZ.
The second generation GR 86 is powered by an all-new 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, which is 0.4 liters more than the previous generation. The naturally aspirated 2.4-liter engine known as the FA24D produces a respectable 228 horsepower and 250 Nm of torque. Although the peak value isn’t that great, the big news about the FA24D is its flat torque curve, which eliminates the famous power dip found on the older version of the model. Owners can now count on consistent power delivery all the way up to the 7000 RPM redline without power dips.
The refined base car means tuners can have even more fun working on the GR 86. Toyota offers seven different interpretations of the GR 86, which have been created by HKS, Trust, Cusco, Blitz, sard, GR Parts and Tom’s. These completely different vehicles are just the beginning of what we can expect when the GR 86 falls into the hands of customers who are bound to want to improve their vehicle to suit their specific needs.