Toyota reveals second-gen rear-wheel-drive sports car due to launch later this year. Following on from the popular GT86, the GR86 is the new version of a two-door sports car produced in partnership with Subaru and its new BRZ which was revealed last year. Both share the same underpinnings and driveline.
According to leaked images from a Toyota event, we now have timing on when the new 86 will arrive. THE NEXT-GENERATION Toyota 86 coupe will land in the US mid-2021, and likely in Australia not long after. Revealed in a secret Toyota dealer presentation in the US, a leaked image
Toyota bosses in Europe have admitted the second-generation Toyota 86 will go ahead, and still in partnership with Subaru with the sports car to sit below the Supra.
Toyota Australia has announced the release of a $2200-$2900 performance kit available for the Toyota 86.
Bathurst’s Mount Panorama racetrack is one of the most highly regarded in the world, but chances for the public to drive it at speed don’t come often… Enter Challenge Bathurst, and we just took part.
Robert Pepper gets behind the wheel of the 2018 Toyota 86 with Toyota-approved modifications… is it worth the money?
What effect do electronics have on performance driving in the new 2017 Toyota 86, and how much have they improved over five years?
The idea of retrofitting a new car’s system to an older model comes up from time to time, and on this occasion it’s the Toyota 86.
VSC, B-LSD, TRC, ABS and EBD – Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ is/are constantly working hard to keep you on the road.
Robert Pepper’s 2017 Toyota 86 GTS review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
As the refreshed Toyota 86 arrives in Australia, some interesting sales figure details have been released by Toyota.
After driving a series of very sensible cars, columnist Jane Speechley shares what she’s learned since stepping behind the wheel of the spirited and nimble Toyota 86.
Our new columnist, Jane Speechley tells us about her history with cars and why she bought a sports car.
The refreshed 2017 Subaru BRZ has been revealed offering more power and some slight cosmetic tweaks – it will be here in November.
In an unusual move, the Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS) has written to its members advising them of the recent Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ recall.