The forthcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed’s Moving Motor Show will see the debut of six specially designed GT86s.
All of the coupes have been decorated in one-off custom designs that celebrate the rich racing and rally history of Toyota, as well as complementing the curves of the GT86.
On June 25th, the cars will be available for public drives and each vehicle is inspired by a different classic model.
Each car has a reduced ride height of 40mm and boasts Rota alloy wheels to give a retro styling, with a Milltek Sport stainless steel exhaust completing the look.
Inspiration comes from some of Toyota’s most iconic sporting models, including two designed to reflect the 2000GT and Ove Andersson’s 1970s Celica 1600GT rally car.
The remaining cars help to celebrate the IMSA GTU Celica that enjoyed success in the 1980s, the World Rally Championship Celica GT-Four and the Esso Ultron Tiger Supra from the All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship – this is perhaps the most eye-catching of all of the designs with a tiger-inspired vinyl wrap.
Once the motor show ends, the cars will be put on static display at the Festival of Speed as part of the GT86 Drift Experience.
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