10 Things That Make The 2023 Toyota Copen GR Sport A Quirky JDM Sportscar
[Staff, 2023-03-18 12:40:00,
In the last few years, Toyota GR, short for Gazoo Racing, has introduced some of the most exciting sports cars to hit American driveways. The GR Supra revived a classic nameplate and delivered on the kind of thrills associated with the moniker, even if it’s mostly built upon a BMW Z4 platform. The GR86 has also proved to be an absolute gem of a sports car, providing rear-wheel-drive delights and adept handling at an affordable price. More recently, the GR Corolla has firmly reignited the hot hatch segment and has totally transformed enthusiasts’ connotations with the Corolla nameplate. But these aren’t the only models Toyota’s performance division has introduced.
In 2019, Toyota GR unveiled the Copen GR Sport, a sports car we are highly unlikely to get in the U.S., but one that has enough quirks and charm to span the Pacific. The front-wheel-drive hardtop convertible is not only unique for its looks and size — it’s just 11 feet long and under five feet in length — it has an almost completely exclusive standing in its classification and some legitimate sporting credentials in a much smaller package than the GR models we get here.
10 The Copen GR Sport Is A Kei-Car Sports Car
A white Copen GR Sport driving along the road
The Kei car segment isn’t exactly known for producing many sporty models, and that’s no surprise given…
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