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  1. Toyota is celebrating its participation in the VLN Endurance Championship in Europe with the launch of an 86-units-only GT86 Cup Edition model. The coupe is designed to mimic the look of the GT 86 CS-V3 race car built by German tuning specialist, TMG. The GT 86 Cup Edition wears 18-inch Ultraleggera wheels from OZ Racing with 225/40 Pirelli P Zero Nero GT tyres. Available only in Germany, the Cup Edition model will cost an extra 2,860 Euros (S$4,640) and will be offered in Dynamic White Pearl, Furious Black Mica and Racing Red. Interior upgrades include a sports steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara material, Cup Edition label on the dash and a unique numbered plaque made of brushed aluminum. There's also red stitching all around the cabin. The powertrain has been left untouched, which means a direct-injected, 2.0-litre Boxer engine with 200bhp and 206Nm of torque.