The new GR86 isn’t all that different from the car that preceded it, but it’s reinforced underneath for better rigidity and handling. Toyota increased its use of aluminum in the bodywork to cut weight, resulting in a curb weight of around 2,800 pounds.
Slow sales kill cars, but Toyota’s seen success with the new GR86. Sales in the first quarter of 2022 were up 326 percent, making it the best-ever period for the car. Subaru BRZ sales didn’t jump as significantly but were still up more than 20 percent.
As for the anniversary GR86, we’ll have to wait for confirmation from Toyota. The 2022 model year cars are just now hitting the streets in numbers, so any updates likely won’t show up until summer at the earliest.
Help us to become independent in PANDEMIC COVID-19. Contribute to diligent Authors.