Blend a Toyota 86 with a Honda CR-Z and a Mazda MX-5 RF and you get this: the Toyota GR HV Sports idea, a targa-top half and half games auto idea set out toward the Tokyo car expo. It has all the earmarks of being intensely in light of the current back wheel-drive Toyota 86, though with cutting edge looking headlights and taillights and another gas-electric drivetrain that is said to utilize innovation from Toyota’s TS050 half and half race auto that contends at Le Mans.
All we think about the GR HV’s mechanicals are that it’s back wheel drive, it has a mid-mounted battery pack set up of the 86’s back seats, and it has a programmed transmission. Try not to be excessively baffled about the absence of a grip pedal, however, as Toyota has contrived an intriguing guess of a manual gearbox. Moving through stop, turn around, nonpartisan, and drive is accomplished through a column of catches on the inside stack, while a catch checked M empowers the utilization of the shifter, which travels through a H-design door to give the impression of moving a six-speed manual. A loco answer without a doubt, however we’d need to give it a shot to check whether it could emulate some the enjoyment of a genuine stick-move.
As ideas go, the GR HV Sports looks generally sensible, however that doesn’t mean Toyota will assemble it. We’re not prepared to preclude a generation rendition of this idea, however, as the 86 (and its Subaru twin, the BRZ) is getting old, and refreshing the auto with half breed innovation could restore intrigue while likewise tying in Toyota’s Gazoo Racing motorsports division. We’ll plan to discover more about this alluring games auto and its genuine prospects when it authoritatively makes a big appearance at the Tokyo automobile expo in the not so distant future.