Toyota GT86 Club Series Blue Edition introduced in UK

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Toyota GT86 Club Series Blue Edition

A special version of the Toyota GT86 has been announced for UK market. Dubbed as Toyota GT86 Club Series Blue Edition and is the latest member of the Club Series group of models. Orange Edition is already available for sale and it happened just few weeks back. As the name suggest, Toyota GT86 Club Series Blue Edition distinguish itself through the exclusive Electric Blue paintwork. It is complimented by the usage of black details that is present on the car. The details are present on front and rear spoiler, rear diffuser, door mirror housings and front fog light surrounds.

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The interior of Toyota GT86 Club Series Blue Edition consists of black leather and Alcantara. UK customers will be offered with an option of Performance pack. In this package, Sachs-tuned suspension, larger Brembo brakes with the classic red calipers and a new 17 inch design for the wheels is offered. The equipment of the Toyota GT86 Club Series Blue Edition is similar to that of GT86 Pro. In other words, the special edition will be offered with limited-slip differential, cruise control, dusk-sensing headlights, and dual-zone climate control. Others features include heated front seats, LED front and rear lights whereas Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system is standard.

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GT86 Club Series Blue Edition is powered with naturally aspirated 2.0 liter flat-four engine which gives 197hp. The engine can be mated with six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. Toyota claims that it can hit 62mph from 0 in 7.7 seconds in manual (for automatic, it is 8.4 seconds) before hitting the top speed of 140mph (automatic offers 130mph). The price of Toyota GT86 Club Series Blue Edition starts from £29,980 and with Performance Package, it starts from £30,455. The sale of this special edition begins from 1st of June.

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