February is the Month of Cars for #HowToKillAnHour – 'Pure Driving Pleasure' is what Toyota UK promised with the GT86 Club Series: Blue Edition – does it deliver? Find out with our full review by clicking here: http://www.howtokillanhour.com/gadgets-tech/toyota-gt86Keep up to date with everything How To Kill An Hour by signing up to our newsletter by clicking here: http://www.howtokillanhour.com/newsOur website is here http://www.howtokillanhour.comOur podcast is here http://www.howtokillanhour.com/showsTwitter: https://twitter.com/HowTokillAnHourFacebook: https://facebook.com/HowTokillAnHourInstagram: https://instagram.com/HowToKillAnHour
Posted by How To Kill an Hour on Tuesday, 12 February 2019
We here at How To Kill An Hour are also reviewing CARS! We like cars, people kill a lot of time driving their cars in the most luxurious of places, and the Toyota GT86 is no different.
The Club versions of the Toyota GT86 focus on the coupe’s style and performance, with the new GT86 Blue Edition offers an option of a performance pack for even sharper handling!
The car is a beautiful blue, with an Electric Blue Bodywork contrasting black styling details and including front grille, rear spoiler and diffuser, door mirror housings and front fog light surrounds. Inside, the cabin is finished in sporting black leather and Alcantara.
If a customer was to go for the optional Performance Pack, the car will deliver a more focused drive. Consequently due to the introduction of a Sachs-tuned suspension upgrade. It includes Sachs Performance dampers, larger Brembo brakes which provide a supreme stopping ability and an improved pedal feel. The car has some incredible, beautiful large 17 inch black alloy wheels, which compliment the large red Brembo callipers wonderfully.
The Toyota GT86 Blue Edition has a poised and balanced chassis with a low centre of gravity and low set driving position. It has a front engine – a 197bhp 2.0-litre four-cylinder boxer unit – and rear-wheel drive.
The car comes in either manual or automatic transmission, both options come with a total of 6 speeds, the Toyota GT86 has a top speed of 140mph while the automatic is 130mph. It can hit 62mph in 7.6seconds of acceleration, while automatic will take a little slower at 8.2seconds. Yet, it is still really quick!
TECH! We love tech, we are a tech brand after all and the GT86 doesn’t let us down. It comes with a Toyota Touch 2 Multimedia system, dual zone climate control, dusk sensing headlights, heated front seats and cruise control!
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