The pair of Toyota GR 86 with Gazoo Racing parts concept cars that broke cover last month have been detailed by the Japanese manufacturer. This selection of parts applied to all-new SA-bound Toyota GR 86 aims to inspire customers that may want to get a bit more out of the sports compact car be, it visual or performance-wise.
As Carscoops reports, many of these parts were showcased on the Toyota GR 86 with Gazoo Racing parts concept cars that we got to see in June this year but without much information. The brand has now detailed each part that was applied to the pair of cars. At the front, a unique bumper design has been applied with an extended splitter and carbon fibre accents. Toyota claims that this piece increases front downforce while the inlet duct above the grille acts as a ram intake for the engine. Air outlets that have been applied to the front wheel arches aid in the removal of turbulent air. Enhancing the car’s stance is a set of flared wheel aches that increase the width by 43 mm.
Along the profile of the Toyota GR 86 with Gazoo Racing parts concept is a unique side skirt design that claims to reduce drag along with a set of 19-inch forged aluminium wheels. The rear rounds things off with a rear carbon fibre wing, diffuser and exhaust system.
The second Toyota GR 86 with Gazoo Racing parts concept takes it a bit easier on the design front. This model adopts a new front and rear bumper, unique side skirts, a GR sports exhaust system, front fender ducts, side cowlings applied to the windows to improve air flow, a bootlid spoiler, 19-inch forged alloy wheels and a unique trim applied to the fuel cap.
Both models adopt a unique suspension kit with improved shocks and springs. A larger set of brake discs have been applied as well. Within the cabin, both Toyota GR 86 with Gazoo Racing parts concept cars feature various pieces of trim with a faux-forged carbon fibre effect, a knee pad and a carbon fibre key cover.