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Should Toyota build a GR 86 convertible?

The 232bhp GT86 replacement has had its roof digitally chopped already

Published: 07 Apr 2021
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Here is an unofficial render of the new Toyota GR 86 minus its metal roof. The GT86’s regeneration was revealed a few days ago, a 232bhp twin to the latest Subaru BRZ, and proof Toyota’s Gazoo Racing brand is happy to slap its badges on something without a turbocharger. Hurrah!

But will we ever see a GR cabrio? There was an open-top concept of its GT86 predecessor way back in 2013, one we can still scarcely believe didn’t make production. It looked as good as ready, with a folding fabric roof and the coupe’s back seats kept in place.

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X-Tomi Design has done us a favour by electronically imagining what a GR 86 version would look like via the illustration above. But given past form, this is likely about as real as this car will ever be, if we had to place our bets. Reckon that’s a shame?

Image: X-Tomi Design

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