Toyota may have just revealed the all-new GR86 last April, but it seems some Japanese aftermarket and tuning companies have already begun developing parts for the sports coupe. One of those is Toyota and Lexus tuner TOM's Racing. At the Fuji 86 Style event last weekend, the tuner revealed their complete car called the TOM's GR86 Concept.
TOM's has yet to reveal the complete list of changes. But from the photos they've posted on their social media pages, the list of parts will be quite long. For starters, the TOM's GR86 is repainted in bright orange, a color not available on the standard GR86. Then there's the body kit. The sportscar features subtle front lip and side skirts, enhancing the GR86's already aggressive design. The biggest change on the TOM's GR86 can be seen at the rear. The TOM's rear bumper features taller black cladding, and a Lexus IS F, RC F style exhaust to match.
Though it's quite hard to tell, TOM's put overfenders on all four corners as well. It's not as aggressive as Pandem/Rocket Bunny fenders, but it's enough to allow wider wheels to tuck underneath. On the topic of wheels, new TOM's Cross Speed wheels replace the factory units. Behind the new wheels hide the large TOM's big brake kit for increased stopping power.
Interestingly, the TOM's GR86 Concept wears the same taillights. We're curious whether the tuner will offer aftermarket taillights just like they did in the previous-generation model. With no specifics just yet, we don't know if any changes were made under the hood. Since it has big brakes and a new exhaust, there are likely some tweaks for added power.
There's no word yet when TOM's parts for the GR86 will hit the market. More importantly, Toyota has to start deliveries of the sportscar first. Still, we won't be surprised if we see a few TOM's kitted vehicles on Philippine roads once Toyota launches the all-new GR86 locally.