The result is the GRMN FR Sports Concept Platinum, which will make its public debut at the Tokyo Auto Salon later this month. It’s powered by the same 2.0-litre flat-four engine, but Gazoo has added a supercharger and a turbocharger to increase the engine’s power from 197bhp to 325bhp, and torque from 205Nm to 431Nm.
Complimenting the engine’s increased power is a sports exhaust, 18-inch alloys - which hide lowered, uprated suspension and bigger brakes - and a mechanical LSD.
The GRMN FR Sports Concept Platinum has also received a makeover with new LED lights front and rear, a huge rear wing, new front bumper and flared wheelarches, which increase the GT 86’s track from 1,775mm to 1,855mm.
Inside, there are white bucket seats with four-point harnesses, a roll cage and some extra dials.
Toyota has not yet released performance details for the FR Sports Concept Platinum, but as it features considerably more power and torque, and tips the scales at 1,280kg - 5kg more than the standard car - it should easily eclipse the regular GT 86's 0-62mph time of 7.6 seconds and 140mph top speed.
The GRMN FR Sports Concept Platinum will take centre stage on Toyota’s stand at the Tokyo Auto Salon, which runs from 11 to 13 January. Toyota will show four other GT 86s tuned by Toyota’s Original Accessory department, Toyota-affiliated racing team Tom’s, Toyota Racing Developments, and tuner Modellista.