GR86 Premium shown in Track bRED. Prototype vehicle shown using visual effects.

The Next Stage

To achieve mastery, you must know what mastery looks like. Initial D protagonist Takumi Fujiwara meets his match when he runs into a FasterClass mystery recruiter in a GR86, ready to show him what a class in fast is all about.

A Battle of Legends

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Mastering the Craft

For Takumi, the open road is an opportunity. But when you see a GR86 coming in the rearview mirror, you better bring your “A” game.

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When you're a master of the road in a GR86, there's no one who can teach you a lesson.

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The Challenge

The Drift King himself, Keiichi Tsuchiya, shows Takumi what mastery on the road looks like. Welcome to FasterClass, kid.

Legendary Drivers

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Takumi Fujiwara

Known for his old Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX AE86, Takumi is the main character of Initial D and son of legendary street racer Bunto Fujiwara. Throughout the series, Takumi develops his racing skills to be one of the fastest drivers in Kanto.

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Keiichi Tsuchiya

Known as the "Drift King," Keiichi Tsuchiya serves as the inspiration behind the Initial D series and its title character, Takumi Fujiawara. As a professional race car driver, he helped to popularize drifting as a motorsport with the creation of the now famous “Pluspy” drifting video.

Icons of the Streets

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Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX AE86

The original that inspired the new generation. The AE86 paved the way for GR86 and served as a classic sports car that redefined fun. Light, easy to modify, and a five-speed manual transmission made this thrill-seeker a legend in its own right.

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The All-New GR86

The GR86 pays homage to AE86 by maintaining the integrity of what made the 86 great, and takes that performance to another level with a front-engine, rear-drive layout, 6-speed manual transmission, and balanced and highly controllable handling that allows you to own every curve on the road.