There's now no stripped-out entry-level variant, so prices start up at around £28,000 for the standard model - or you can find another £1,150 more to get the plusher 'Pro' version with its leather/alcantara heated seats, rear spoiler and sporting suede-effect finish for the dashboard and door trims. Pro trim offers the £1,800 option of paddleshift automatic transmission. And even the standard GT86 is well-equipped, featuring 10-spoke 17-inch alloys with a machined finish, adaptive LED headlights, cruise control, powered heated door mirrors with a folding function, aluminium sport pedals, high-performance brake discs and pads, hill start assist and smart entry with push-button start. If you've a £30,000 baudget, there's also a 'Club Series Blue Edition' model, available in standard or 'Performance' guises, with or without auto transmission.
All GT86 models feature the Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system with Bluetooth, 6.1-inch touchscreen and a DAB tuner. As an option, the system can be upgraded to Toyota Touch 2 with Go, adding satellite navigation, connectivity giving access to on-line services and social media channels, and three years' inclusive map updates. Active safety provisions include a switchable VSC stability control system, which can be adjusted through three driving modes to suit driver preference, and a torque-sensing limited slip differential. Seven airbags are provided, including a driver's knee airbag.