The GT86 is low. Very low. And the driving position is equally low-slung. There’s lots of adjustment for the driver’s seat and steering wheel, so you should be able to find a comfortable position, although the pedals are noticeably off-set. Most of the switchgear on the dash is simple, but the touch-screen infotainment system is tricky to use due to its small on-screen icons.
As you might expect from Toyota, the interior feels very solidly put together, even if it doesn’t feel very plush. The materials surrounding the driver and the dashboard aren’t very appealing, and you’ll either love or hate the dated interior design.