We’re all familiar with the British Racing Green, aren’t we? Mention the colour and you’d imagine the English countryside, a hill climb and some men dressed in tweeded jackets and flat hats.

Well, this is Japan’s version – with hillclimbs replaced by taufu deliveries through Mount Akina – this is the British Green Limited Toyota 86 made specially for the Japanese market.

Priced at 3.2 million yen (approx. RM119k), it comes not just with a tasteful paintjob, but also with Brembo brakes – 4-pot in the front and twin pot at the rear. The car also comes with Sachs dampers, under body covers and a black spoiler.

Inside, you get a tan/black leather and Alcantara combination interior, which is probably most suited for the British Racing Green paintjob – can’t imagine a full red leather interior going well with that exterior finish.

Strangely though, the infotainment system has been taken away, with only a black cover occupying the vacancy. How will the Japanese play all the Initial-D soundtracks then?


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.