Prices for Toyota’s new GT 86 sports car in Japan have a starting price of $25,600 for a bare-bones "customizable" model. But prices can go as high as $38,200 for the range-topping GT Limited edition. The Web site gtchannel revealed that the Toyota 86 will be available in Japan in four trim levels: Customize Grade, G, GT and GT Limited.
The starter Customize Grade doesn’t have air-conditioning and its bumpers are unpainted for "racing and customizing purposes."
The standard G grade costs $31,000 and the step-up GT grade has a price tag of $35,900. Buyers may request for any of these options: a six-speed automatic transmission, limited-slip differential, aluminum pedals and three-spoke steering wheel.
Dealers have begun taking orders for this sports car, which begins production for the Japan market on March 12. The 86 will start selling this spring in the U.S. where it will be rebadged as the 2013 Scion FR-S. Prices for the U.S market haven’t been revealed yet but Toyota said that it will have a starting price of under $30,000.