The 86 is a car without compromise, made for just one purpose: to have fun with. The car refers back to Toyota’s heritage of sporty cars and its most apparent predecessor is the AE86, a car introduced in 1983. The AE86 has a huge racing history and is even today a frequently seen contender on drift tracks. It was also very easy to tune, which I’m sure many will also do to the new 86 and that’s perhaps the reason why Toyota didn’t bother to take it beyond said 147 kW. In fact, the first tuning companies have already announced their higher-powered creations (refer to a company called Gazoo for example).


Engine Size: 2.0 Litre
Max. Power: 147kW @ 7000rpm
Max. Torque: 205Nm @ 6600rpm
Fuel Type: Petrol
Fuel Consumption: 7.1 L/100km
Transmission: 6 Speed Manual banner

Some Key Features

  • Flat-four “boxer” engine
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • ABS
  • Limited Slip Differential (LSD)