2020 Toyota 86
Given that its launching in 2017 as a rebadged variation of the now-extinct Scion FR-S, the Toyota 86 has actually stayed primarily the same, conserve for a couple of scandal sheets. Things will stay the exact same for the 2020 Toyota 86, as the bulk of its trims will be the same, other than for one new scandal sheet model.
2020 Toyota 86 Design
Aesthetically, the majority of the 2020 Toyota 86 lineup will stay the very same with its retro cars look that classic purchasers like. The only change to the external look of the 2020 Toyota 86 will be its new Hakone Edition model that will commemorate the famous Hakone Turnpike in Japan. The 2020 Toyota 86 Hakone Edition will boast an unique green color, 17-inch twisted-spoke bronze-painted wheels, and a black rear spoiler.
Like the exterior, the bulk of the 2020 Toyota 86’s base interior will stay the exact same with its strengthened sport seats, easy dash design, and a smattering of innovative tech. Inside the new Hakone Edition will consist of black-and-tan Alcantara sport seats, a black armrest with tan accents and black stitching, and a tan “86” logo design on the dash. Other updates inside the Hakone Edition will consist of tan stitching on the guiding wheel, parking brake cover and shift boot, and black stitching on the door trim, knee pad and instrument cluster visor.
2020 Toyota 86 Engine
Under its hood, the whole 2020 Toyota 86 lineup will continue with a 2.0-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine producing as much as 205 horse power and 156 pound-feet of torque. This engine will continue to couple with a six-speed handbook transmission or an optional six-speed automated transmission, however the latter will lead to a power cut to 200 hp and 151 lb-ft.
In regards to security, the existing Toyota 86 does not have any sophisticated features, and we anticipate the exact same in the 2020 86. In crash tests, the existing Toyota 86 got “Good” scores in all tests other than the driver-side small-overlap test, in which it got an “Acceptable” score. We anticipate this to all stay the exact same in the 2020 Toyota 86.
2020 Toyota 86 Price and Release
The 2020 Toyota 86 and its new Hakone Edition will show up in the fall of 2019.
Without any huge changes to the bulk of the lineup, we anticipate just moderate rate boosts relative to the existing model’s MSRP variety of $28,155 to $33,350 (location costs consisted of). Depending upon where the Hakone Edition falls in the lineup, it might press the leading end of the range up a touch.
The 2020 Toyota 86 will take on the Mazda MX-5 Miata, Nissan 370Z, and Ford Mustang.