60 mph in 5.4 seconds and pull nearly 1.00 g on the skidpad is what Car & Driver recorded in recent testing of the Toyota GR 86 and Subaru BRZ.

With those numbers they slot between the Supra 2.0 and MX-5 Miata.
"While its acceleration puts the BRZ/GR86 midway between the Supra 2.0 and the Mazda MX-5 Miata Club, its cornering and braking numbers are right in line with the Supra's. With its new (and optional) Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires—still a relatively skinny 215/40R-18 all around—the BRZ hung on the skidpad with 0.99 g of grip. The GR86 has a slightly different suspension tune, with a stiffer rear anti-roll bar that makes it a bit more neutral while posting an all but identical 0.98-g skidpad result. Both numbers are barely behind the Supra's 1.02 g's, attained with much wider BMW-spec Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires—255/40ZR-18 front, 275/40ZR-18 rear. The Supra needs more rubber, given that it weighs 341 pounds more than the FR86, which clocked in at a trim 2838 pounds. The BRZ was five pounds heavier.

That lack of mass improves performance in a lot of ways, including braking. The BRZ's 152-foot stop from 70 mph nearly matches the Supra's 151-foot result, with the GR86 requiring 156 feet. All those numbers were attained with no fade. Feel free to brake deep, BRZ and GR86'ers."