However, the problem is that you can’t sell a car without figures, so here are some that you might like. It’s lighter than the VW Scirocco, even though it’s got rear wheel drive and it should also be cheaper in Europe.
Getting back to the interior, that brings a set of very supportive seats that clearly have a racing focus. The gear stick and handbrake are close at hand and don’t come with any sort of silly gimmick. The steering wheel is covered in perforated leather stitched with red.
The console isn’t much to look at with the exception of that faux carbon fiber. You have to admit that the console looks built on a budget. It looks like it’s gone back to the analog age, but it should also make the FT-86 affordable.
Oh, and there’s an “86” logo that’s been masked on the steering wheel. It’s a nice little tribute to the original that started it all… if you know what we’re talking about.