The Scion brand may be a fading memory, but fans of affordable sports cars need not worry. In North America, the fun-to-drive FR-S is still available, just with Toyota badges and a new name for 2017. Continue Reading...
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Toyota wants to revive its “Three Brothers” sports car triad with the MR2 joining the 86 and upcoming Supra. Continue Reading...
A hybrid setup would significantly boost torque at low engine speeds, something drivers have been asking for. Continue Reading...
Some automakers put model-specific logos on their favorite children because of a vehicle’s rich history or just downright awesomeness. Continue Reading...
Toyota will have at least one sports car in its lineup for the forseeable futuer. Continue Reading...
Professional drifter Ryan Tuerck is swapping a Ferrari 458 engine into a Toyota 86. Continue Reading...
They’re the complete opposite of sleepers: cars that look fast, but aren’t. Continue Reading...
It’s National Donut Day and what better way to celebrate than to do some donuts in your car? Continue Reading...
The concept car is a fully functional, driveable vehicle. Continue Reading...
Now that Scion is dead, the FR-S will live on as the Toyota 86. Continue Reading...
The Scion FR-S now has a new name, new style and a bit more performance. Continue Reading...
The 2016 New York Auto Show is right around the corner. Continue Reading...
Toyota has released another special edition of its affordable sports car that won’t be making its way to the U.S. Continue Reading...
One of several GT 86 concepts unveiled by Toyota at this year’s Tokyo Auto Salon, it’s certainly not noteworthy because of its square eight-spoke rims. Continue Reading...
The Toyota GT86 will be known as simply the 86 in the Middle Eastern market, and the car has now officially launched in the United Arab Emirates. Continue Reading...