Toyota’s rear-wheel-drive sports car stable has been empty since production of the Celica and venerable MR2 ceased. Thankfully, that’s about to change with the debut of the highly anticipated GT86.
There’s good reason to be excited about this car. Born from an alliance with Subaru (who are offering a near-identical version called the BRZ) the GT86 is the successor to the great Toyota sports cars of the past – namely the Sports 800 and the sublime 2000GT. These driver-focussed cars laid the groundwork for the GT86, and now, after a long gestation period, it . . .