Toyota GT86 in Tuscany: The modeling portfolio

You already know I like the car. And when I say it is beautiful to look at, I need to show you what I mean with it. Hopefully I managed to capture the beauty of the car in the Tuscan landscapes.

First time I saw the avenue leading to Bolgheri in Tuscany I knew I have to come back early in the morning. When it comes to photography I think the morning light is magical. Last summer in Finland I woke up every time that I had a press car at least once 4-5 in the morning, just to a) be able to enjoy the empty roads and b) get the best light for photos. Sunrise, mist, fog… I love it. So five in the morning I woke up to shoot the GT86 on the Bolgheri avenue and it was so worth it.

Toyota GT86 white

To me the design of the GT86 is a real Japanese sports car. I would probably not get one with stripes – although it looks OK and people always seem to look a little extra – but the pearl white colour really brings out the shape of the car. Looks amazing in white, before my favourite was the orange but now I am not sure which one I like more. Although black looks nice too… black car, black wheels, black wing… I have the reputation of being crazy about wings on cars – if I would buy a Lamborghini it would have to be the Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale (w-o-w) and Ferrari… ehm… F40… – so GT86 with wing for me please. But to be honest I am not a huge fan of the wing that comes with the Aero kit, what I have in mind would be more something like this

Written by Sara Norris
I'm Sara - a petrolhead, journalist, blogger, and photographer - with a passion for exploring the world's greatest driving roads in the best driver's cars. I'm the founder and CEO of the luxury driving tour company Colcorsa. At Colcorsa we create for our customers bespoke driving tours – an exclusive supercar driving experience on some of the best driving roads in Europe, in your dream performance car or classic car.