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Toyota GT86 at the Tokyo Motor Show: The Celica successor is called GT86

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Toyota GT86 at the Tokyo Motor Show
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We are driving the 1.2 tonne T oyota GT86 from a two-liter vacuum cleaner, which brings it to 200 PS and a maximum torque of 205 Nm. Toyota still owes further data on acceleration and top speed. The power of the four-cylinder is fed to the rear wheels either via a six-speed manual gearbox or a six-speed automatic. A limited-slip differential should provide appropriate traction. In addition to the low weight, the low center of gravity and the balance of 53 to 47 percent should ensure unrivaled driving dynamics.

The Toyota GT86 in summer 2012 at prices from around 30,000 euros. A sporty interior welcomes the buyer. Contoured sports seats with high cheeks and red decorative stitching are designed to keep the driver and front passenger of the Toyota GT 86 in place. A wide center console separates the two and offers space for cup holders, handbrake levers, gearshift levers and the controls for the air conditioning. The air outlet nozzles rear up in the middle of the dashboard. Carbon applications, aluminum pedals and toggle switches in an airplane look round off the interior. The equipment includes ESP and ABS as standard.

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