Who wants a convertible version of the Toyota 86?

You just might get your wish
Mar 1, 2013

Toyota 86 Convertible

Who wants Toyota to release a roofless version of the wildly popular 86 sports coupe? Well, you just might get what you wished for. At the Geneva International Motor Show next week, the Japanese carmaker is expected to formally present to the world the 86 Open Concept, which is basically an 86 with the roof chopped off.

For those occasions when you actually need the roof, an electrically operated soft top is ready to serve you. We have to admit that the overall look of the car dramatically changes with its canopy stowed away.

The new look is even more dramatic inside, where a "Milan-based designer color-coordinated" cabin awaits you. It features contrasting white and navy blue materials, so good luck protecting it from stain. Yellow-gold stitching adorns the floor mats and the seats.

Now, the question: Which is better-looking, the regular 86 coupe or this 86 convertible? Take our poll below.

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Toyota 86 Convertible

Toyota 86 Convertible

Toyota 86 Convertible

Toyota 86 Convertible

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    1.8 E CVT
    Starts at P1,110,000
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    Pros
    Light on amenities, Honda kept styling it long after it was done.
    Cons
    Light on amenities, Honda kept styling it long after it was done.
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    Honda’s winningest combination comes when you opt for a six-speed manual transmission available in the Civic hatchback Sport, in which …
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