Japanese market tweaks should make it to Britain soon. No more power, before you ask
Toyota's solution, at least from what can be seen so far, is to introduce a new set of 18-inch BBS forged aluminium wheels (still not great, are they?) on Bridgestone Potenza rubber. Despite concerns, many positive reports have come back on the GT86 TRD with more performance orientated rubber thanks to improved predictability. Perhaps something similar is to become standard.
The handling should be further improved by the addition of Sachs dampers to the GT86. Their performance will be augmented by a stiffer structure; apparently this has been achieved simply through using bigger bolts attaching the suspension but we suspect there may be a few extra tweaks announced soon.
Toyota Ireland is proud to announce that it has formed an alliance to help promote awareness for Headway Ireland, a great organisation that has been driving positive change for those with brain injury and their carers since it was established in 1985.
The work Headway Ireland does is very much in line with Toyota’s continued focus on building even better cars with improved safety technology that helps to reduce accidents. This focus is evident in our new TV commercial which depicts our Total Human Model for Safety simulation software designed to increase both passenger and pedestrian safety.
We look forward to working with Headway Ireland and to assist them in whatever way we can as they continue on their mission to help people who have been ill or injured to rebuild their skills to achieve the best quality of life that they can, as well as support their families.
For further information go to www.headway.ie