as declared in The Toyota 86 860 Special Edition hits US dealers later this month.
Emme Hall/RoadshowDubbed the 86 860 Special Edition, the model will be available in Supernova Orange with black racing stripes or Halo White.
Starting at the end of March, though, Toyota will offer a special edition trim that’s just a touch more fancy.
Inside the 860 Special Edition, buyers will be treated to a dark interior with contrasting orange stitching, heated leather seats, push-button start, dual-zone HVAC and a new 4.2-inch TFT screen in the gauge cluster.
There was probably a bit more speed to be had, but the car felt a little light on its feet.
referring to Now that’s changing with the arrival of the 2017 Toyota 860 Special Edition.
With the demise of Toyota’s hipster brand, the former Scion FR-S sports coupe switched flat-brim hats, becoming the Toyota 86 for the 2017 model year.
One hangover of its Scion days, however, was that the 86 was offered in only one trim level.
Besides the visuals, the 860 Special Edition also brings a push-button ignition, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated seats, and a larger TFT screen in the instrument cluster that includes g-meter and lap-timer functions in addition to trip information.
The interior is black leather with orange contrast stitching on the seats, dash, door panels, steering wheel, handbrake, and shift boot.
Limited Edition Toyota 86 Gets More Standard Technology, Not Power
referring to Share this:TweetToyota is making a limited edition version of the 86, but it doesn’t have the one thing fans have been pleading for: more power.
Since the 86 ultimately is a drivers car, Toyota should reserve limited edition runs solely for versions that improve upon the driving experience.
On the exterior, the 860 Special Edition has black body stripes, a wider rear spoiler, heated mirrors, LED fog lights, 17-inch alloy wheels and a functional aerodynamic underbody panel.
The 860 Special edition will be available in an exclusive Supernova Orange or Halo White paint.
However, considering that’s not a huge step up from the standard 86’s $26,255 starting price, the 860 Special Edition seems like a waste of a limited-production model.
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