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Toyota Supra Successor To Go Hybrid, Mid-Engine And AWD?

With the recent launches of the LFA supercar, Scion FR-S and a much sportier Lexus GS sedan, it’s clear the desire to build emotionally-styled, fun-to-drive cars has been rekindled at Toyota. However, Toyota’s performance car renaissance is far from complete. To fill the huge void between the $25k FR-S and $375K LFA, Toyota will need...
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