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The rear-wheel drive Toyota 86 has been revered for its fun-to-drive nature, but the sports coupe’s relative lack of power has drawn criticism from some quarters.

Toyota has addressed that in the second-generation 86 launched in Japan this week, by replacing its 2.0l horizontally opposed four-cylinder petrol engine with a gutsier 2.4l unit that hikes power from 147kW to 173kW and torque from 205Nm to 250Nm...

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