Toyota Officially Drifts the GT 86

The Toyota GT 86 is one of the most special cars on sale today. This is one of those vehicles that reminds us how it is to just have fun, without having to see triple digit speeds in order to do that.
Of course, the idea is that, unlike in hot hatches, you can also do this during the bends (in fact, handling is its top asset) and, unlike in the case of most sports cars, you don’t have to pay a small fortune for it.

However, we feel that Toyota’s marketing team hasn’t expalined the car enough before it was released. Thus, there have been people who complained about it oversteering too much or not gripping enough. Well, this all means that it wasn’t understood that this car is made for dancing, not setting record lap times.

However, Toyota might have a chance of getting marketing things straight after all. The latest example that comes to demonstrate this is brought to us by the company’s Philippines arm, which has released the adjacent GT 86 clip.

The video, which offers tons and tons of pleasure, was directed by Sid Marezo and was shot at Subic International Airport.
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