Toyota GT86 at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Toyota GT86 pays tribute to its heritage with classic liveries

Many of the qualities that make the Toyota GT86 an exceptional modern sports car are rooted in generations of classic performance Toyotas, from its great handling to its timeless, low-slung styling. In a tribute to some of the great race and rally cars of the past 50 years, a fleet of six GT86 has been transformed with faithfully recreated classic liveries and retro styling details.

Each car is inspired by a different model. They include two sporting versions of Toyota’s original sports car, the 2000GT, and Ove Andersson’s 1970s Celica 1600GT rally car – the machine that helped inspire Toyota to launch a full international motorsports programme. The IMSA GTU Celica that raced in North America in the 1980s, the World Rally Championship Celica GT-Four and the Esso Ultron Tiger Supra from the All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship are also celebrated.

Vehicle vinyl specialist Motor Mode has reproduced key elements from the original liveries in the right proportions for the GT86. New springs bring the cars’ ride height down by 40mm and Rota has provided new wheels in different finishes to capture the retro look. A new Milltek Sport stainless steel exhaust system provides the finishing visual and aural flourish.

The coupes – a strictly one-off collection – are making their debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed’s Moving Motor Show on 25 June where they will be available for public test drives on a first come, first served basis. For the remainder of the festival they will be on static display at the Goodwood racing circuit, supporting the hugely popular GT86 Drift Experience.

Find out more about our cars in detail
Yatabe Speed Trial Toyota 2000GT

Yatabe GT86

Shelby Toyota 2000GT

Shelby GT86
Ove Andersson’s Toyota Celica 1600GT

Andersson GT86

IMSA GTU Toyota Celica

IMSA GT86
Castrol Toyota Celica GT-Four

Castrol GT86
Esso Ultron Tiger Toyota Supra

Esso GT86

Making of our fleet of retro-tastic Toyota GT86 race replicas

Toyota GT86 wheels

Comments (5)

    1. Hi Ian
      Thanks for your post and hope you like the cars.
      There will be limited test drives available on the day however we do recommend you get there early as they are sure to go fast!

        1. Hi Rick
          Thanks for your post.
          We used V-Maxx springs to lower our cars. Check out this Blog post for the image if you want to have a look. Hope this helps.

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