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.
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.
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.
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.
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.