Toyota’s globally acclaimed GT86 is undergoing its most significant series of changes since its launch in 2012.
To make the special rewards of the GT86 accessible to an even wider audience, Toyota has created a new UK model range, with a lower entry price and more choice.
All versions retain the original’s winning combination of a front-mounted normally aspirated 2.0-litre “boxer” engine with rear-wheel drive, together with a well-balanced chassis with a low centre of gravity.
Likewise, across the board the GT86 comes
with a smart new shark-fin roof antenna, tyre pressure warning system and carbon fibre effect finish for the instrument panel.
The new starting point is Primo, a pure-bred GT86 that comes with 17in alloys, limited slip differential, aluminium sports pedals, air conditioning, power-folding door mirrors, front fog lamps, twin tailpipes, the Toyota Touch multimedia system, Bluetooth and a new tyre pressure monitoring system.
Available exclusively with manual transmission, the new GT86 Primo is available to order now, with customer deliveries from January.
The official on-the-road price for GT86 Primo is £22,995, cutting the cost of getting behind the wheel of a new GT86 by £2,115. Early-bird customers can take advantage of an additional £500 saving on the model for a limited