The Toyota 86 Style Cb is perfectly Japanese

Only in Japan would the elemental sports coupe get a luxury edition that's more than just a smattering of leather bits in the cabin. This 86 has gone under the knife for a nosejob.

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Only in Japan would the elemental sports coupe get a luxury edition that's more than just a smattering of leather bits in the cabin. This 86 has gone under the knife for a nosejob.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
This is what happens when the 86 (known to Americans as the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ) gets a quintessentially Japanese special edition makeover.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
The Style Cb is Toyota's attempt to create a slightly more elegant, upscale version of the Toyobaru coupe.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
Is it successful? To a Japanese-market audience, perhaps. There's a long history of unique fascia treatments on special edition cars in the home market.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
Around back, there aren't many changes.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
The interior gains a leather steering wheel, white-faced gauges, and ebony wood trim.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
"CYBER STORK"? They appear to be an aftermarket supplier of gauge clusters. It's safe to say the name doesn't cross the cultural divide well.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
Here's a neat touch: a unique model badge. That's a bit retro. Many Toyota models used to have their own badges—the Celica/Supra dragon, the Cressida emblem. The Cb's is, unsurprisingly, a stylized "Cb".
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
Here's a closer look at the headlights, very different from the stock, aggressive units.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
These LED-illuminated fender vents almost assuredly wouldn't fly for a USDM car thanks to DOT regulations about running lights.
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Toyota 86 Style Cb
A look at the front LED turn signals. Needless to say, the Style Cb is only for Japanese consumption. Will anyone in the drift scene import the nose and convert their USDM cars? It's too early to say.
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