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Toyota GT86 CS-R3 Final Specs Announced

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When it was first announced last year, Toyota GT86 CS-R3, the rally version of the popular sports car, caused quite a stir, mainly in the pants of affordable motorsport enthusiasts. Toyota Motorsport GmbH (TMG) has now revealed the final specs of the car. Turns out it’s not that affordable, after all.

A fully competition-ready Toyota GT86 CS-R3 will cost you, in tarmac or gravel specification, 84,000 Euro. However, if you place your order before April 2015, you can enjoy a 5,000 Euro introductory discount and pay only 79,000 Euro.

The GT86 CS-R3 is offered as a kit and it includes a GT86 body shell, powertrain and all the mechanical components required to build the car. The main components include a 1,998cc, 235bhp boxer engine and six-speed sequential transmission. We’d buy the kit and swap these bits with the stock units in a standard road-going GT86!

Toyota GT86 CS-R3 ill be homologated to FIA R3 regulations at the beginning of July, after which all CS-R3 cars will be eligible for national and international rally competitions, up to and including the World Rally Championship.

Toyota GT86 CS-R3 Technical Specifications:

Code FA20
Layout Boxer/flat four
Displacement (cc) 1,998
Max. power (bhp) 235
Max. torque (Nm @ rpm) 230 @ 6,800
Type Rear-wheel drive
Gearbox Drenth six-speed sequential
Differential Limited-slip with ramp setting options
Final drive Short final drive, with options
Clutch Racing clutch with lightweight flywheel
Front MacPherson-type
Rear Multi-link
Shock absorbers Reiger three-way adjustable for gravel or tarmac
Anti-roll bar Options available
Front (mm) Gravel: 300 x 30
Tarmac: 330 x 30
Rear (mm) Gravel: 295 x 10
Tarmac: 295 x 10
Calipers Front: Alcon four-piston
Rear: Alcon two-piston
Gravel OZ 6 x15in
Tarmac OZ 7 x 17in
Length (mm) 4,240
Width (mm) 1,775
Wheelbase (mm) 2,570
Weight (kg) 1,080 (by regulation)
Body shell Steel monocoque with roof vent
Roll cage Homologated R3
Exhaust HJS racing exhaust and manifold
Fuel cell FT3 safety cell
Steering Hydraulic power steering with short ratio
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