Set to go on sale in Europe this summer, the 2015 model has a number of minor changes including new colours and a new shark-fin style antenna.
Inside there’s a new “carbon-fiber motif dashboard insert” which has a slightly more upscale appearance and last but not least, engineers strengthened the front suspension and re-tuned the rear shock absorbers. Toyota says the changes reduce body roll and deliver an “even crisper” steering feel.
While the changes are relatively limited, Toyota GT 86 chief engineer Tetsuya Tada said “There is no reason that development should stop, only because the vehicle has gone on sale. [The] GT86 is all about driver involvement, and we are committed to keep enhancing this aspect of the car. The 2015 model year delivers the latest status of GT86’s continuous evolution.”
Source: Toyota / World Car Fans