In what could possibly be the most hotly-anticipated sports car of the decade, the Toyota 86 finally made its showroom debut as a mid-2012 model. The 86 is a collaborative effort with Subaru, and therefore versions are available under both nameplates. Available in various trim levels, the front-engine rear-wheel-drive car comes with a Subaru-sourced 2.0-litre 4-cylinder direct-injection boxer engine, mated to either a 6-speed manual or automatic. For 2014, the base model was dropped in some GCC markets. In the UAE, there are GT and GTX trims for the manual now, while the automatic gets VT and VTX trims. Some markets, such as Oman, apparently do not offer the manual. Standard features include cloth sports seats, halogen headlights, fog lamps, CD/MP3 stereo with USB port, Bluetooth, manual a/c, common power accessories and 16-inch alloy wheels with 205/55 tyres, as well as a stability control system with three modes, ABS and a full set of front, side, curtain and knee airbags. Most versions get a limited-slip differential. Available features in higher trims include auto a/c, HID headlights, smart keyless entry with starter button, extra digital speedo, cruise control and 17-inch alloys with 215/45 tyres, aside from dealer-installed leather upholstery. An optional TRD body kit is available separately. In the UAE, the top non-TRD model gets aftermarket navigation now. The Saudi market gets navigation with the mid-range model, while the top GT model gets a body kit. Specs may vary between different GCC countries.