After recently being spied undergoing finally preparations in South Africa, the Toyota GT86 Convertible has finally debuted albeit only in concept form and being called the Toyota FT-86 Open Concept ahead of a public release at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show 2013.
Ever since the Toyota GT86 was launched, it’s been pinned as the best cheap alternative for the all-conquering Mazda MX-5 but in standard form the Toyota GT86 had one missing component which the MX-5 had, and that was a removable roof.
However, with the launch of the Toyota GT-86 Open Concept, Toyota’s brand new entry-level sports car is now capable of delivering a similar award winning driving experience to the GT86 coupe while also giving owners the ability to drop the roof and be exposed to the sun like never before.
Based on the following gallery of the car, it’s not yet known whether it’ll feature a hard-top like the Mazda MX-5 or instead a fabric roof, but either way, the FT-86 Open Concept is set to wow crowds at the Geneva Motor Show 2013, a point helped by the fact that it also includes a slightly redesigned interior, featuring a white and black two-tone finish.
Official details about the car will be revealed upon its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2013.