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Toyota GT86: snow joke in the driving department but we'd love more infotainment

7 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

As I drift around an icy roundabout at the foot of a steep Staffordshire hill, I curse the British weather - there's snow everywhere. There was none of this white stuff yesterday and I have almost 200 miles to drive to get home. To say the weather conditions were less than ideal for testing the Toyota GT86, a small, lightweight, rear wheel drive sports car, would have been an understatement. And yet, as I feathered the throttle and controlled the slide, a smile crept across my face. The plucky 4-cylinder boxer engine makes such a delightful gurgling sound you can't help but smile when it...
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