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Toyota has taken the wraps off the limited edition 86 14R60.

Inspired by the 86 Griffon concept, the 14R60 has an aggressive body kit that includes modified bumpers, revised side skirts and extended fender flares. The model also has canards, a carbon fiber roof and a rear diffuser. Other notable highlights include a rear wing, a center-mounted dual exhaust system and 18-inch forged magnesium wheels.

The sporty styling continues in the cabin as there's lightweight sport seats, carbon fiber trim and Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel. The car also has orange contrast stitching, TRD-branded sill plates and special floor mats.

Under the hood, the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine has been equipped with an optimized air intake, a high-flow air filter and an auxiliary oil cooler. Despite the changes, the engine's output is still rated at 200 PS (147 kW) and 205 Nm (151 lb-ft) of torque.

While that's a tad disappointing, the engine is connected to an upgraded six-speed manual transmission which has a lightweight fly wheel, a high-performance clutch and a quick-throw shifter.

Other notable upgrades include a strut tower brace, a trunk-mounted V-brace and an adjustable suspension with revised bushings. The car also has beefier brakes and a limited slip rear differential.

Production will reportedly be limited to 100 units and pricing starts at ¥6,300,000 ($57,830 / €45,870 / £36,065).

Gallery: Toyota 86 14R60 unveiled in Japan

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