As the current Toyota GT86 is nearing its fourth-year anniversary, the Japanese automaker is planned to offer it a mid-cycle facelift. It is spied that the automaker is a flippantly camouflaged GT86 model in Europe, which is the indistinguishable twin of the North American version, Scion FR-S, so the same modifications would apply to the model. The major difference between the current GT86 and the 2017 Toyota GT86 is the front bumper, which is wider than before. It also comes with lower air intake flanked by dissimilar mist lamps.
The LED technology seems to have been exercised in the front and at the back for the headlamps and tail lamps. These parts maintain their earlier shape, whereas other updates contain the re-profiled back bumper and a little bigger wing. New GT86 get more power than its predecessor, as it comes equipped with a stronger engine.
2017 Toyota GT86 Exterior
Most of the exterior elements are analogous to those of the outgoing GT86. However, there may be a few artistic changes to make the new vehicle appear more modern and luxurious than before. Accordingly, the front part comes with an aggressive, yet attractive front part when compared to that of the departing model. The new vehicle is an entire blend of improved body design and the adapted outside.
The entire body is completely redecorated in an imaginative way that comes outfitted with a pleasingly restructured hood, revamped front and rear bumpers and a lower grill, which is wider than that of the outgoing model. The headlights are renewed with the LED expertise to offer a much-improved illumination projection of a superior variety. Other than these external modifications, the stimulating new GT86 is enhanced with a Sachs Shock absorb-er and a tough sustaining frame. Wheels are 17-inches aluminum wheels with performance tires(Summer/P215/45R17).
At the back, the new GT86 also gets some slight tweaks. It comes outfitted with pleasantly designed LED tail lamps and a restyled bumper. New coupe will be lighter, about 1,300 kg or 2866 pound.
Some of standard exterior equipment are:
– Power adjustable Heated Mirrors
– LED Headlamps
– Variable intermittent wipers
– Dual exhaust
– Automatic headlamp
– Laminated windshield glass
2017 Toyota 86 colors:
– hot lava
2017 Toyota GT86 Interior
The new Toyota GT86 2017 comes with a luxurious and well-organized cabin. It comes outfitted with the power steering, which is fairly receptive and it offers enough grip to the driver to manage the vehicle competently. The charcoal dash within the cabin is well prepared and it looks extremely stylish and provides a soft touch. The 2017 model also comes outfitted with roomy seats and they are upholstered in the quality leather material to offer a contented journey to its occupants during long distance rides.
The driver’s seat is provided with several settings that allow the driver to have a relaxed and happy drive in accordance with the driving preferences. Necessary care has also been taken by Toyota to offer enhanced safety to the vehicle and the occupants, by providing it with sufficient air bags(6) and other most recent safety systems. The most up-to-date version of infotainment (6.1-inches Display Audio with Touch-screen) system assists occupants to have an enjoyable and amusing journey. Also there is leather-coated steering wheel which has audio controls, front bucket seats backup camera and aluminum sport pedals, all of these as standard features.
Other standard features are:
– AM/FM Stereo,
– Bluetooth capability,
– automatic sound level,
– USB and audio auxiliary input,
– 8 speakers,
– Air Conditioning
– Backup Camera
– 12-Volt power outlet
– UV Glass Protection
– digital and analog speedometer
Besides top-notch exterior and interior features, Toyota has made some changes in the powertrain section, as well. As a result, the new vehicle is capable of generating more power than that of the outgoing model. It comes equipped with new four-cylinder 2.0-liter boxer engine. This engine is finely tuned to offer 11 HP of additional power than that of the departing model. Consequently, the increased power output comes to 205 horsepower @ 7,000 rpm and the peak torque comes to 158 lb.ft. @ 6,400 – 6,600. with automatic gearbox engine provide 200 ponies @ 7,000 rpm and torque of 151 lb.ft. @ 6,400 – 6,600. The powertrain is also tuned to emit less CO2 gas according to recent regulations. Suspension is MacPherson(gas struts) with stabilizer bar.
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The 2017 Toyota GT86 engine will be mated to an improved six-rate manual gearbox or to a six-rate automatic gearbox to offer different acceleration figures to the vehicle. The new GT86 that comes equipped with the manual transmission attains the speed of 60 mph from the static mode in 7.6 seconds, whereas with the automatic gearbox, it attains the same 60 mph speed in 8.2 seconds. With both gearboxes, the new Toyota coupe gets the top speed of 140 mph. It will use rear wheel drive with limited slip differential. Fuel consumption for manual is 11.3 l/100km /8.3 l/100km City/Hwy or 21 mpg and 28 mpg. The automatic has fuel consumption of 9.9 l/100km /7.3 l/100km City/Hwy or 24 mpg and 32 mpg. For breaking are responsible 4 ventilated disc brakes. Fuel tank capacity is 50 liters or 11.0 gal.
Base price and the date of release
It is anticipated that the 2017 Toyota GT86 release date will be the final quarter of 2016. The new vehicle with the manual transmission will be sold at a base cost of $ 27,000, whereas with the automatic gearbox, it will be sold at a starting price $ 28,000.
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2017 Toyota GT86 photos