2022 Toyota GR86: Review

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Scion FR-S to Toyota GR86
Developed as a joint venture with Subaru, the Toyota GR86 shares chassis, drivetrain and mechanical components with the Subaru BRZ. Both companies create unique exterior designs and tune the suspension for their individual models. Toyota sold this sports car from 2013 to 2016 as the FR-S under its youth-oriented Scion brand; in 2017 the car became the Toyota 86 following the demise of Scion. Toyota renamed the 2022 model the GR86 in a nod to GAZOO Racing, Toyota’s global racing program. With that rename, the GR86 becomes the second GR model for the U.S. market alongside the GR Supra.

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