The Toyota GR 86 trim levels guide is here! Find out what the new Toyota GR 86 offers and how it compares to other Toyota models.

Toyota has been a leading manufacturer for years, and they are constantly releasing new vehicle models that keep customers on their toes. The Toyota GR 86 trim levels offer something totally different from the standard Toyota vehicles.

With more power than its predecessor, enhanced handling, exceptional aerodynamics, and upgraded interior features, the GR86 will be available in two grades – GR 86 and GR 86 Premium. Designed for driving on the road, it features greater power than the original 86 as well as enhanced handling, exceptional aerodynamics and an updated interior.

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2022 Toyota GR 86 Trim Levels

Standard Features on All Trims

  • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • 8″ Touch Screen Display
  • Active Sound Control
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Android Auto
  • Smart Key w/ Push-Button Start
  • 7″ Digital Gauge Cluster
  • Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • Rear Window Defogger
  • Anti-Theft Alarm System
  • Double Wishbone Rear Suspension
  • Active rear sport differential
  • Cruise Control
  • LED Headlights
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Heated Side Mirrors
  • Dual Exhaust
  • Colour Keyed Front and Rear Bumper
  • Backup Camera
  • Tire Repair Kit

Base

MSRP $33,890 AUTO NEW
MSRP $31,490 MANUAL

All Standard Features plus:

  • Fabric Seats
  • 6 Speaker Audio System
  • Paddle Shifters**
  • Pre-Collision System**
  • Lane Departure Warning**
  • Full Speed Radar Cruise**
  • Automatic High Beams**
  • Sway Warning**
  • Lead Vehicle Start Alert**
  • 17″ Alloy Wheels (P215/45R17)

**Auto only, not available on Manual version

Raven

Steel

TRUENO Blue

Halo (+$255)

Track Red (+$255)

Premium

MSRP $36,890 AUTO
MSRP $34,490 MANUAL

All Standard Features with Base features plus:

  • Alcantara & Leather Seats
  • Heated Front Seats
  • 8 Speaker Audio System
  • Aluminum Sport Pedals with Rubber Inserts
  • Blind Spot Monitor
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
  • 18″ Alloy Wheels (215/40R18)
  • Michelin Pilot Sport 4 Tires
  • Adaptive Front Lighting System
  • Scuff Plates
  • Duckbill Spoiler

**Auto only, not available on Manual version

Raven

Steel

TRUENO Blue

Pavement

Neptune

Halo (+$255)

Track Red (+$255)

VEHICLE SPECS

  • Engine: 2.4 Litre Flat-4 w/D-4
  • Horsepower: 228
  • Transmission : 6-Speed Auto/Manual
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Seat Capacity: 4
  • Fuel Economy (mpg):
    • Auto – 20/30/24
    • Manual – 19/26/21
  • Fuel Type: Premium
  • Ground Clearance: 5.0 in. | 12.7 cm
  • Length: 168.0 in | 425.8 cm
  • Width: 70.9 in | 177.8 cm
  • Height: 55.7 in | 131.1 cm

Summary

The Toyota GR 86 trim levels guide is here! Toyota has been a leading manufacturer for years, and they are constantly releasing new vehicle models. Each Toyota GR 86 trim levels offer something totally different from the standard Toyota vehicles.

With more power than its predecessor, enhanced handling, exceptional aerodynamics, and upgraded interior features, the GR86 will be available in two grades – GR 86 and GR 86 Premium. Designed for driving on the road, it features greater power than the original 86 as well as enhanced handling, exceptional aerodynamics and an updated interior.

What is added for 2022?

The Toyota Supra’s return in 2019 has made it the only large brand with two coupes on sale: the 86 and the Supra, which are both co-produced with other companies.

The Scion FR-S, which was co-developed by Subaru (the BR-Z is its version), first appeared in 2012 as the Scion FR-S. For the 2017 model year, it took on the Toyota badge and name, as well as the 86 moniker, after Scion’s demise. The GR acronym stands for “Gazoo Racing” and is a reference to Toyota’s in-house tuning shop, Gazoo Racing.

Which trim is best to buy?

Between the 2 Toyora GR 86 trim levels, the Premium edition with a six-speed manual has been improved and strengthened, and we recommend it. The shift lever moves through the gates with a smooth and positive motion. The clutch pedal is lighter than average, but engagement is good.

Michelin Pilot Sport 4s are fitted on the Premium, and they keep the car firmly planted when you want it to handle nicely. The GR 86 includes a Track mode. When you press the “Track” button beside the shifter closest to the passenger, you’ll be able to roast tires off the lights and push the vehicle sideways when you jam the throttle.

2022 gr 86 interior

Engine and Power

The new GR 86 comes with a quicker 0-to-100 km/h time – in only 6.3 seconds for the manual gearbox (dropped from 7.2 seconds) and 6.8 seconds for the automated version (dropped from 8.2 seconds).

Under that aluminum bonnet, there’s a major transformation. The previous 2.0-liter flat-four that thrummed and groaned has been expanded to displace 2.4 liters. Power increases across the board, from 205 to 228 horsepower. At 3700 rpm, the extra capacity increases torque by about 22 percent to 184 pound-feet. To enhance air flow, the intake and exhaust systems have been smoothed out.

At 7500 rpm, the engine is happier, sounds better, and performs more effectively. As it spins to this higher redline, it becomes livelier, louder, and more responsive. The extra 23 horsepower may not seem like much in a 2800-pound automobile with an 11 percent increase in performance.

The engine noise is amplified by a speaker, and the intensity of this sound varies depending on the selected drive mode, but it’s plenty loud enough to feign realism.

Interior Design

The interior has been updated modestly. On the steering wheel, shift boot, and e-brake boot are leather touchpoints. The GR 86 is available with cloth seats while the Premium comes standard with Alcantara heated seats.

The middle stack houses an 8-inch touchscreen display with Bluetooth hands-free and streaming, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto compatibility. A 12-month trial subscription to Remote Connect and a 12-month trial membership to Safety Connect are included as standard with Toyota vehicles.

2022 gr 86 interior

Safety Features

The automatic GR 86 trim levels will include adaptive cruise control, collision warning, and lane-departure systems provided by Subaru’s EyeSight dual cameras peering through the windshield.

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