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2022 Toyota GR86 Specs
  • Output: 260 horsepower, 277 lb-ft of torque
  • Engine: turbocharged 2.4-liter flat-four
  • Transmission: automatic and 6-speed manual
  • Drivetrain: rear-wheel-drive
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.6 seconds
  • Curb Weight: 2500 lbs
A Subaru sourced 2.4-liter engine and new TGNA architecture from Toyota will help to create the next-generation 86 sports car. At least that's what some reputable sources suggest. To me, its all but confirmed because there's little else Toyota could or should do. Hence the specs I put together above that are derived from it.

Now, that's just scraping the surface of GR86 specs.
We'll need to know the length, width, height, wheelbase, center of gravity, suspension (double wishbone rear?), active driving features (vehicle stability control, active rear sport differential), steering type (electric power steering is likely), and many more.

I have high hopes that final specs reveal a well sorted sports car. Till then lets try to figure this out...
 

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2022 Toyota GR86 Specs
  • Output: 260 horsepower, 277 lb-ft of torque
  • Engine: turbocharged 2.4-liter flat-four
  • Transmission: automatic and 6-speed manual
  • Drivetrain: rear-wheel-drive
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.6 seconds
  • Curb Weight: 2500 lbs
A Subaru sourced 2.4-liter engine and new TGNA architecture from Toyota will help to create the next-generation 86 sports car. At least that's what some reputable sources suggest. To me, its all but confirmed because there's little else Toyota could or should do. Hence the specs I put together above that are derived from it.

Now, that's just scraping the surface of GR86 specs.
We'll need to know the length, width, height, wheelbase, center of gravity, suspension (double wishbone rear?), active driving features (vehicle stability control, active rear sport differential), steering type (electric power steering is likely), and many more.

I have high hopes that final specs reveal a well sorted sports car. Till then lets try to figure this out...
i heard they will have a upgraded version of next gen GR86, rumor says around 300 bhp
 

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This is all very interesting especially if there is a GRMN version perhaps with 300 bhp. The car seems to be heading in the direction the first car should have gone IMO. I'm not into drifting and want a cheap version of a more dedicated sports car like a Cayman. I want a more precision sports car then my current BRZ gives me with better suspension and body control. Do you think i'm in the minority for wanting these type of things in the GR86? :unsure:
 

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This is all very interesting especially if there is a GRMN version perhaps with 300 bhp. The car seems to be heading in the direction the first car should have gone IMO. I'm not into drifting and want a cheap version of a more dedicated sports car like a Cayman. I want a more precision sports car then my current BRZ gives me with better suspension and body control. Do you think i'm in the minority for wanting these type of things in the GR86? :unsure:
Sounds like you want a Supra. The next gen 86 (if it doesn’t get cancelled now that we’re headed for a global recession) will never be close to these specs.
It will never weigh 2500lbs. Try 2900-3100lbs.
260hp? The 4cyl Supra gets 250 so the 86 will have 240 max.
Better suspension? How? For a $30k car, how?

The above specs don’t even make sense. 260hp and 2500lbs would go much faster to 60 than 5.6 secs. The 4cyl Supra has less power, weighs 3180lbs, and does 0-60 in 4.9.

these specs are a pipe dream without any realism backing them, and would never get made into a $30k car.
 

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Sounds like you want a Supra. The next gen 86 (if it doesn’t get cancelled now that we’re headed for a global recession) will never be close to these specs.
It will never weigh 2500lbs. Try 2900-3100lbs.
260hp? The 4cyl Supra gets 250 so the 86 will have 240 max.
Better suspension? How? For a $30k car, how?

The above specs don’t even make sense. 260hp and 2500lbs would go much faster to 60 than 5.6 secs. The 4cyl Supra has less power, weighs 3180lbs, and does 0-60 in 4.9.

these specs are a pipe dream without any realism backing them, and would never get made into a $30k car.

Well i just want the next GR86 to be as focused as an FK8 type R but RWD instead and here in the UK that's a £32K car...
 

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THe car you’re looking for is the 4cyl Supra. Toyota won’t let the GR86 eclipse the Supra’s performance.
Well i would really like a 4 Cyl Supra but i have two issues. Firstly i don't think we're getting it in the UK but Europe has. And secondly looks like there won't be a manual which rules me out. I really hope you're not right on this becuase if in UK we're not getting 4 cyl Supra the GR86 can fill that role...
 

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2022 Toyota GR86 Specs
  • Output: 260 horsepower, 277 lb-ft of torque
  • Engine: turbocharged 2.4-liter flat-four
  • Transmission: automatic and 6-speed manual
  • Drivetrain: rear-wheel-drive
  • 0-60 MPH: 5.6 seconds
  • Curb Weight: 2500 lbs
A Subaru sourced 2.4-liter engine and new TGNA architecture from Toyota will help to create the next-generation 86 sports car. At least that's what some reputable sources suggest. To me, its all but confirmed because there's little else Toyota could or should do. Hence the specs I put together above that are derived from it.

Now, that's just scraping the surface of GR86 specs.
We'll need to know the length, width, height, wheelbase, center of gravity, suspension (double wishbone rear?), active driving features (vehicle stability control, active rear sport differential), steering type (electric power steering is likely), and many more.

I have high hopes that final specs reveal a well sorted sports car. Till then lets try to figure this out...
We can't figure any of this out without any information. Nothing has been released yet. I will guarrantee it will have electric power steering as every Toyota has and the current model (I own a 2013 GT86). Yes there will be an auto and 6 speed manual and it will be rear wheel drive. It will have VSC and an LSD as per the current model. Anything else is pure speculation.

Sure it'll probably have more power and a turbo seems likely, this is not confirmed and goes against the car's ethos. It also puts it too close the Supra, potentially, though on the other hand it should be aimed at around £25-30K pricewise and the Supra is a hell of a lot more. Weight should be similar. Current car is 1240kg. It depends how much of a mix of Subaru parts it uses as to what it might derive from the TGNA platform. The current car is basically a Subaru chassis.

In all honesty I'd prefer it used a lot less Subaru as the quality and engineering is not on a par with Toyota products. It's in part why I have a GR Yaris on pre-order, though there are other reasons.
 

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No guarantee this car even gets forced induction. It could end up being 240 HP with more torque (which is what it really needs). Remember the Supra 2.0 (4 cylinder) goes on sale sale in USA this summer, 255HP, so no way a cheaper car outperforms the Supra 2.0.
 

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THe car you’re looking for is the 4cyl Supra. Toyota won’t let the GR86 eclipse the Supra’s performance.
Toyota won't let the Supra offer a manual either apparently, at least in the US. As long as the new GR86 has a manual, I'm OK with the Supra being faster. I agree with your points on the specs btw, no way this car weighs 2500 lbs. Just no way. This is going to be 2900-3000 lbs all day long.

Even if the GR86 doesn't eclipse the 4-cyl Supra from the factory, that's not a big deal if we can turn up the boost later and have the aftermarket help the GR86 reach its full potential.
 

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Toyota won't let the Supra offer a manual either apparently, at least in the US. As long as the new GR86 has a manual, I'm OK with the Supra being faster. I agree with your points on the specs btw, no way this car weighs 2500 lbs. Just no way. This is going to be 2900-3000 lbs all day long.

Even if the GR86 doesn't eclipse the 4-cyl Supra from the factory, that's not a big deal if we can turn up the boost later and have the aftermarket help the GR86 reach its full potential.
That's true, the GR86 should be much easier to work on than the Supra.
 
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