The body kit was made by TRC Italia. It gives the GT86 new bumpers, a new hood and carbon fiber side skirts and rear diffuser. Finishing off the exterior look are the gloss-black roof and black 19-inch wheels, which we must admit look rather cool with the red rubber wrapped around them.
Inside, the car hasn’t been left untouched, and comes with an Alcantara headliner, special Sparco sports seats and carbon fiber accents, as well as a unique gear knob.
The car has been fitted with a Bigas International NH3 system, which allows the engine to run on ammonia, which is stored in a separate tank.
“One litre of ammonia costs just 20 cents, and the 30 liters that the Toyota GT86-R tank can hold are enough to travel around 180 km (112 miles).”
The boxer engine itself has also been reworked and now delivers an extra 20hp for a total of 220hp.