2013 Toyota GT86 Sports Coupé
Whereas in the U.S.A, $24,200 (€18,850) - not including a $730 destination and handling fee, will get you into the base 2013 FR-S, over in Holland, our Dutch friends from Autoblog.nl report that its European sibling, the Toyota GT86, will go on sale on July 1 with a starting price of €39,990. That is equal to US$51,400 at today’s exchange rates, or more than double the price of the FR-S Coupe!
The better-equipped GT86 Limited will cost Dutch buyers €41,690 (US$53,600), with the 6-speed automatic transmission being a no-cost option.
The GT86’s other twin, the Subaru BRZ in Sport Executive trim, carries a base sticker price of €40,995 (US$52,700) in Holland.