With the facelifted Toyota 86 having arrived in Europe, Toyota has released a considerable gallery of images of the revised sportscar.

To recap, the updated 86 (badged GT86 in the UK) for the European market makes do without the intake and exhaust revisions which give the US- and Japanese-market cars a mild output increase to 207 PS and 212 Nm of torque; the European cars retain the pre-facelift model’s 200 PS and 205 Nm of torque.

One of the key developments for the updated 86 is the inclusion of Track Mode, which gives the driver a wider scope with which to enjoy performance driving before the stability control systems intervene. “Detailed adjustments have been made to the suspension and damping,” and along with increased bodyshell rigidity, the 86 now benefits from improved handling, stability, and ride comfort, according to Toyota.

Inside, the cabin has been updated with a smaller, multifunction steering wheel measuing 362 mm in diameter, while the rev counter in the middle of the instrument cluster has been reoriented to show 7,000 rpm (where peak power is made) at the 12 o’clock position. Fuel economy, journey distance, power and torque curves, a stopwatch as well as a G-force monitor can be displayed via a new 4.2-inch multifunction display.

The driver-oriented car is a concept not lost on Toyota, least of all on its company chief, Akio Toyoda. “If it’s not fun to drive, it’s not a car,” Toyoda said. Data and feedback gleaned from Toyota’s participation in the Nürburgring 24 Hours with Toyota Gazoo Racing has influenced the changes made towards the revised coupe for the 2017 model, the company says.

Check out the 145-image gallery below. Like what you see of the updated Toyota 86?