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Toyota GT86 specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1180 kg (2601 lbs)
Dimensions 4.24 m (167 in) long, 1.78 m (70 in) wide, 1.29 m (51 in) high
Wheelbase 2.57 m (101 in)
Power / weight 169 ps (167 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 174 Nm (128 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2012
Origin country Japan
Average fuel consumption 8.1 l/100 km (29 mpg US / 35 mpg UK)
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Performance

Top speed 226 kph (140 mph)
0 - 50 kph 2.7 s
0 - 100 kph 6.9 s
0 - 130 kph 11.7 s
0 - 160 kph 18.0 s
0 - 180 kph 23.6 s
0 - 200 kph 30.7 s
0 - 30 mph 2.4 s
0 - 40 mph 3.7 s
0 - 50 mph 5.0 s
0 - 60 mph 6.9 s
0 - 70 mph 8.7 s
0 - 80 mph 10.7 s
0 - 90 mph 13.6 s
0 - 100 mph 16.5 s
0 - 110 mph 21.0 s
0 - 120 mph 25.8 s
Est. 1/8 mile 10.3 s @ 78.3 mph
1/4 mile 14.9 s @ 93.2 mph
Est. 1/2 mile 24.1 s @ 113.7 mph
1000 m 27.5 s @ 191.0 kph
100 - 140 kph (4) 7.1 s
100 - 140 kph (5) 9.4 s
100 - 140 kph (6) 13.5 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph 23.8 s
100 kph - 0 36 m (119 ft)

More acceleration times

Toyota GT86 acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type Flat-4 DOHC
Displacement 2.0 l (122 ci)
Power 200 ps (197 bhp / 147 kw) @ 7000 rpm
Torque 205 Nm (151 lb-ft) @ 6400 rpm
Power / liter 100 ps (99 hp)
Efficiency 25 PS per l/100 km
Transmission 6-Speed Manual or Automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

Laptimes 28

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GustavoFarias  1y  

by the way, I play as HardKill that is the account of my brother on Steam, his name is Guilherme and mine is Gustavo :D


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GustavoFarias  1y  

haha thanks by the congratulations! no problems with 4C time, this is a god competition and i like it, now i'm gonna try to beat your M3 E30 time and try to repeat 4C time :) feel free to do better times and make a respectiful and good dispute! bye, see you later.


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FastestLaps  1y  

Thank God you didn't beat my e30 M3 time :D


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FastestLaps  1y  

Hardkill, your laptime is here: http://fastestlaps.com/assetto-corsa


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Hardkill  1y  

i did 8:24 in nurburgring, how to put my time on the ranking


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BR2+  1y  

No excuse for underpowered.


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aaa  1y  

funny that no one bash the original 86's even lower power figures


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dddd  2y  

I think that this car is nice but as i said earlier it should have more powerful version.

2,0L 200hp N/A for a basic model and 2,0L N/A 240-250 hp for a top version.

R4 2,0L N/A engine with ~240-250 hp - it would be something realy special nowadays. It would fit that car perfectly imo.


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ProDriveP2  2y  

Does anyone else see the simple genius of this car? It's the fastest 200hp pure sports coupe since the E30 M3. A turbo version would easily best the Supra RZ, unless Mazda grew some balls and made the MX-5 a coupe with the RX-8 motor.


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Flabernat  3y  

True, right now there more desirable options at that price...
But if this were to get around 250hp/torque, better brakes, bigger wheels/tires(basically a WRX upgrade), it would give cars like the Cayman S and Alfa 4C some new competition. And it'd be a lot more affordable.
... I think there are many who see a lot more potential with this lightweight, sporty chassis.


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BR2+  3y  

You could give this the 4Cs engine, It would still get killed in performance, But the other way round in sales, Its a hit, But theres something big thats missing from it, For the same price you could get a Renault Megane 265, Or Challenger R/T or new Mustang , But you would miss the certain things from those cars that only this one provides.


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Flabernat  3y  

I just watched a review with the Alfa 4C. What a great little car. Then it got me thinking, that little 237hp 1.8L turbo-4 would be perfectly suited for a small lightweight car like the FR-S/BRZ. It might even give the Alfa a run for it's money! It would be more appealing, especially since Toyota/Subaru offer a manual with this car... Alfa 4C is DCT-only... meh


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lafars  3y  

Everyday driver tested it against S2000 and RX-8 and said that it had a better chassis than both of them but needed the power of the S2000 in order to reach perfect


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Shaggy  3y  

I think it should have at least 250, the Camry's V6 puts out 268.


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BR2+  3y  

What would be enuff?

I think they should have gone with 270Bhp 250Lb ft and 235x245 tyres RE050, And maybe a bit of work on the interior as well. Maybe a drivers car, But i dont think the people who buy these really car, I think its more about style ant a nicely affordable price.


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Shaggy  3y  

I hope so, 200 horsepower isn't enough for these cars.


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BR2+  3y  

Supposedly each company is making a high performance version of these cars, Dunno how theyll be intwined though.


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Shaggy  3y  

I would at least like to see this car with the Camry's V6 under its hood.


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GT86meMR2  3y  

0-62kmph is around 6.7sec and quarter mile is 14.7 stock... just look on the ft86 forums seriously a gt86 with some bolt ons with around 190whp did a 13.9 1/4 mile time so yeah these stats for stock are definetly uncorrect...


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BR2+  3y  

Screw it right in the whiskers.

Cars are getting better, But also getting worse, Technology is a double ended sword...


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phavyarden  3y  

And the engine is N/a which is great, Im tired of these cars ruining there tradition and going Turbo'd or Super'd because of bullshite emmisions and economy and shite.

Can't be more agree !!
A shame that every brand is leaving behind bigger engines higher revs NA engines. New Civic Type R is also Turbocharged :/
screw Euro 5


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BR2+  3y  

Its light enuff, How many Rwd cars in todays world besides Miatas and kit cas are 2700Lbs or under?... practically none.

The power on the other hand could have been better, 270Bhp and 240Lb Ft would have been perfect, Price prolly would be raised an extra 2-3k though, And its hard to find a new car that looks this good, Has the essentials, And is super fun with a good manual while maintaing a great price tag(well Great in the US anyway)

And the engine is N/a which is great, Im tired of these cars ruining there tradition and going Turbo'd or Super'd because of bullshite emmisions and economy and shite.


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Piorun  3y  

I have 2 complains

1-This car is not that light like it should be. I mean, for a performance oriented small 2 door, 2 seater with small engine 1200 kg is 200kg too much.

2-Torque and power. Yes i love NA engine, i dont need 800 hp to have fun, but, God, its way underpowered and undertorqued...
At last they should give another engine option, it even could be 2.5 boxer from STI with it 300 hp, and i do not need more.


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dddd  3y  

Yes it is a realy weird situation that this car has "only" 200 hp.

In my opinion it is a fantastic thing that this car has N/A engine that like high revs but it could have 240-250 hp and that would be something !

Or let it be...2,0 200 hp for basic version and 2,2L with 250-270 hp. It would be so great then. In its class it would something like 458 Italia in supercars segment. Mayby it wouldnt have the strongest torque kick but it would be nicer and more special than turbo hot hathces.


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Shaggy  3y  

I agree, I think it should have at least 250 horsepower.


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Albert  3y  

I don't know why Toyota don't put a 2.0 turbo on that car. It needs more power I mean 50-80hp. It's incredible that a hot hatch like focus ST can beat it on track with 5 doors and 1400kg.


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Rob  4y  

7.4 might be the 0-60 time for the automatic, which is considerably slower than the manual, but gets better gas mileage.

6.2 is too fast, and Motor Trend has a sloping track that would explain that.


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Sulphonamide  4y  

In my opinion, it is indeed surprisingly slow and quite a curious car - I am not quite sure for whom it is designed...apart from me. Mine is used getting me out to the mountains on winding country roads every weekend and is ideal for having huge amounts of fun without losing your licence. In this part of Scotland, a proper sports car is just too competent - handling the corners and endless overtaking (once the tourist traffic is in season) without much effort. OK, so that is a quick way to get from A to B, but I'd rather make the journey part of the experience and the GT86 certainly does that. On those joyous occasions when there is nothing on the road it is still a delight to cruise along at 60 mph (providing that the road does include a respectable smattering of tight corners). It is significantly more effort overtaking in the GT86 than my big Volvo (in which you simply spot the gap and squeeze the trigger). However, for anyone who is confident that the police will not be out and about, or who lives somewhere with the sort of roads where 300+ bhp can be utilised, or of course who has access to a track, 197 bhp just doesn't seem enough to be competitive, no matter how delightful the handling may be.


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Bezza  4y  

There are some amazing comments on here about this car. Starting with the acceleration. This is a largely UK based site and no UK magazine has beaten 7.4 secs to 60 MPH. Im guessing the US cars must in some way be different as there is no way a GT86 will hit 0-60 in 6.2 secs tested 2 up on normal fuel like UK magazines test cars! The Autocar figures, which are representative of the UK press were, 7.4 secs 0-60, 18.8 secs, 0-100 MPH and standing quarter in 15.7 @ 91.5. The reason people like this car is that it is not governed by power and grip. It is fairly light, simple, RWD and you have to extract the power. Also, unlike all the FWD understeerers you can drift it nicely around a track on its modest tyres. This is definitely a car you either get or you don't. Personally I like it.


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Iggz  4y  

@ wallap
I believe you are misunderstanding what this site / forum is all about. It is not a car showroom offering cars for sale but it is mainly a track / car performance database updated and discussed in a forum by enthusiastic fans of the automobile industry. What is 'quite dumb' on the contrary is to generalize and group a large number of people you don't even hardly know through highly vague, shallow and unnecessarily offensive statements such as what you have produced hereunder.

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