2022 Toyota GR 86 Base and Premium on the track

Toyota's overhauled 86 returns with a new GR badge and nearly 25 more horsepower in a refined version of the same lively chassis that made the original (and its Subaru twin, the BRZ) so fantastic. With its Torsen limited-slip differential, sub-2,900-pound curb weight, and small wheel diameters, this two-door, four-seat coupe is still aimed at the enthusiast buyer on a budget. The new model gets some much-needed quality-of-life improvements, including reduced noise and vibration in the cabin and a smoother 6-speed manual transmission. Toyota promises a starting price that will still be "comfortably" under $30,000.