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 |  Mar 24 2014, 4:52 PM

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Race car technologies moving into road cars is nothing new, but using a supercapacitor-based hybrid system certainly is. 

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 |  Dec 13 2013, 9:13 AM

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Talk of a Supra successor from Toyota has been getting louder lately, and now the brand is releasing a concept car that foreshadows what we will see when that car arrives, albeit in digital form. 

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 |  Feb 11 2013, 1:02 PM

The upcoming Toyota Supra successor is on its way, and when it arrives, it may be powered by a turbo inline four-cylinder engine combined with a hybrid setup that is said to make 400 hp.

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 |  Oct 09 2012, 9:03 AM

The Toyota GT86 or Scion FR-S as it’s known on our shores may just be the best new sports car in a generation, but it certainly won’t be the last of its kind. According to chief engineer Tetsuya Tada, the FR-S is just the first of three planned sports cars by the world’s largest automaker.

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 |  Dec 06 2011, 3:00 AM

Maybe it’s just been that long since Toyota has worked on a new sports car, but it looks like their collaboration with Subaru on the GT 86/BRZ/Scion FR-S may have just been the beginning. Toyota is already considering two additional models to their sports car lineup, one that would be slotted below the GT 86 and another would be upmarket, possibly a Supra successor.

I would like to have one smaller and one larger,” said Tada. “One would probably be a Supra follower. Nothing has been decided yet. It would [be] like a Supra successor,” Tetsuya Tada, GT 86 chief engineer told Drive.

Of course there’s no confirmation from Toyota on whether or not a Supra successor will exist or even if they’ll really be working on a pair of new models to go with their GT 86. It’ll be interesting to see what else could come from the Toyota and Subaru collaboration, as the GT 86/BRZ/FR-S is clearly going to be a success.

[Source: Left Lane News]