Motor Trend reports Toyota may have plans to resurrect the Supra name, or at least a new sports coupe to fill the role of the long-dead two door. Hot on the heels of sports cars like the Lexus LFA and Scion FR-S, designers are reportedly working on dusting off the 2007 FT-HS Concept for another go at life. Paired with the company's GRMN MRS prototype chassis, the vehicle will likely deliver up to 400 horsepower from a 3.
The Lexus LFA has long been seen as a one-off demonstration of Toyota's ability to build with the best of them, rather than the first in a new line of L-badged supercars. So far, Lexus has confirmed plans for only 500 cars, includin... Read Post
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 renais... Read Post
Toyota was once an automaker known for its two-door sportscars and coupes. There was the Celica. There was the Supra. There was the Lexus SC. But while those have all long since departed, the Japanese auto giant is clawing its way b... Read Post