Toyota GT86 TRD Griffon Project

What's more fun than a GT86, a track ready GT86, on a diet! That's right, the Griffon Project isn't about pumping up HP, is about losing as much weight as possible. With a lightweight bodykit by TRD which includes carbon fiber doors, hood, roof, rear wing and boot lid, while the rear diffuser, front wing and bumpers are made from CFRP. The stock glass windows have been replaced by lighter polycarbonate units. The GT 86 now sits on 18-inch alloys wrapped around in Yokohama Advan tires - the car has lost 227kg.

Further performance modifications contain TRD mechanical differential instead of the stock Torsen unit, while the final drive ratio has been shortened to 4.8:1. Among the many modifications we should mention the new oil cooler, coilover suspension units and TRD monoblock calipers with race-spec brake pads.

For the interior the tuner has gone with a bucket seat, MOMO steering and other TRD products like gauges (oil temp, oil pressure and water temp), push start switch and shift knob.