The GT86 Club Series Blue Edition is identifiable from its exclusive electric blue paintwork with black trim, as well as new design of 17in, black-painted alloy wheels. Inside, the upholstery is fully black leather and Alcantara.
Despite special edition status, it's not a limited edition in terms of number; it won't be offered indefinitely, but exactly when it goes off sale will depend on how much interest it generates.
It’s based on the GT86 Pro, meaning cruise control, automatic headlights, LED headlights and tail-lights and heated front seats all come as standard.
Under the bonnet, it’s unchanged over the standard car, although a Performance Pack is available, adding Sachs-tuned suspension and larger Brembo brakes. This adds £1355 to the price of the manual car and £1340 to the automatic.
Starting at £28,980, the Club Series Blue Edition is £945 more than the standard GT86, or £400 more than a GT86 finished with metallic paint. Toyota expects a large majority of sales to be manuals, as per the regular GT86 range.
Sales begin on 1 June, while first deliveries are expected to take place in the coming weeks.