We already saw a few modified examples of the new Toyota GR86, particularly the orange Tom's Racing GR86 and the supercharged GR86 HKS Concept. But what about Toyota's in-house tuner, TRD? Well, they have now developed their kit for the new sports coupe. However, it won't be branded as TRD. Instead, it'll take on the name GR Parts.
Toyota has two demo vehicles wearing GR Parts for the GR86 – GR Parts Concept and Stylish Street Sports. The wilder vehicle out of the two is the GR Parts Concept. It wears a wide body kit comprised of fender flares, an aggressive front lip with matching canards, a new rear bumper with an integrated diffuser, and a pair of side skirts.
There's also a large GT wing and a new vented hood to match the rest of the kit. Completing the GR Parts kits are the lightweight 19-inch forged aluminum wheels and a carbon fiber air duct in the center intake.
The GR86 GR Parts Concept isn't just all show, though. According to Toyota, it features engine modifications, helping it go faster around the track. The specific parts installed have yet to be shown, but they did mention a new intake system and suspension bits. There's also a new quad-tip exhaust for extra power and a more beautiful sound. Noticeably, this particular GR86 has been fitted with large brakes.
If you find the GR Parts Concept too wild, there's also the GR 86 Stylish Street Sports kit. This kit looks like a toned-down version of the GR Parts Concept. There are no wide fenders or a large GT wing here. Instead, it comes with a wraparound kit comprised of a front spoiler, side skirt, and rear bumper spoiler.
Rather than a carbon GT wing, the Stylish Street Sports kit has a smaller trunk lid spoiler. Rounding up the parts are the canard, window visor, fender fin, and a GR muffler.
The GR Parts catalog also includes a few performance bits for the new GR86. These are the GR suspension coilover kits and GR Monoblock brake kits. The latter isn't just for the front axles; it's for all four corners. They're hidden behind the same 19-inch wheels fitted onto the GR Parts Concept.
Toyota has yet to release the official price list of GR Parts for the GR86. But just like the TRD kits before, don't expect it to be cheap. Considering Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has yet to launch the GR86 locally, you may want to hold back on ordering these parts just yet. Then again, what's stopping you from doing just that?