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The GT86 range took the already impressive 86 and added more luxury and flair to create a sports car of monumental driving proportions.
The GT86 adds flare, with every detail carefully considered to make you feel like a motorsport superstar from the second you slip into the driver’s cockpit.
The 2.0L boxer engine's naturally balanced four horizontally opposed pistons and square, 86mm x 86mm bore and stroke lie at the heart of the 86 design. The flat shape of the 16-valve Double Over-head Cam (DOHC) 2.0L engine means it sits low and towards the middle of the car, and helps with the vehicle's overall weight distribution.
Grabbing a GT86 gives you the option of choosing a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. The sublimely crisp Aisin six-speed manual gearbox is a joy to use, with a short-shift action that brings back the simplicity of a perfectly balanced, perfectly tuned performance car.
It might wear its sports coupe DNA on its sleeve, but the GT86 still features plenty of convenience technology designed to add ease to your drive.
For instance there’s a smart key system that detects when you are near the car, and unlocks it for you the moment you touch the door handle.
The GT86 features push button start, dual zone climate control, a frameless inside mirror and an eye-catching centre console with illuminated controls.
All in all, the GT86 cockpit is one fantastic place to be.
And make no mistake; the GT86 is all about the details.
From the conrod-inspired rings around the gear lever and air vents, to the 86mm tailpipes, and the small, aero-stabilising fin within the rear lights designed to create vortices which improve aero dynamic performance.
The GT86’s greatest trick is that it looks like such a simple, straightforward performance coupe, but possesses so much technical detail all at the same time.
Much like the steering wheel size and position, the GT86’s instruments ahead of the driver are designed with pedigree sports performance in mind.
The tachometer is oversized to be glanced at on the go.
There’s also an inset digital speedo in addition to the analogue dial, enabling the driver to check engine and vehicle speed simultaneously.