GT86-R Marangoni Eco Explorer introduced in Geneva uses petrol and/or ammonia

"To make the car more eco-friendly, it has been equipped with a Bigas International NH3 engine system that uses ammonia to enable the model to have zero emissions at low speeds. When more performance is required, the 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine takes over. While it normally produces 200 HP (147 kW), this particular mill has an optimized air intake and a stainless steel sports exhaust system which enables it to develop 220 HP (162 kW)."

It also has a nose inspired by the LF-A and ... yeah, red tires. Not sure about those.

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