Toyota’s Japanese tuning division puts the retuned 86 GRMN from Gazoo Racing around the Nürburgring[Not a valid template]
The first noticeable aero upgrades are the new front splitter and large rear wing, but what you’ll really want to take note of are the larger 17in wheels – which 8in wide at the rear, 7in at the front – plus retuned suspension. Being ‘born on the Nürburgring’ also means larger ventilated brake discs, six-pot calipers at the front and four at the rear. Beneath the striking carbon fibre bonnet lies a retuned 2-litre boxer four-cylinder now pushing 216hp rather than 200hp, and 160lb ft (217Nm) over the original 151lb ft (205Nm), courtesy – in part – of a new intake and exhaust system. Weight has been trimmed and a closer ratio six-speed manual gearbox has been installed. You can see how each of these pans out on-track in the below video.
Here’s the bad news though. Only 100 examples will be available at $54K a pop, and it’s not expected to be sold outside Japan.
Source – Toyota Gazoo Racing JP