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The successor to the Toyota Supra and the BMW Z4 has been spotted testing. Continue Reading...
Toyota has trademarked a new automobile title, hinting at a name for a future sports car. Continue Reading...
New rumors on the next Toyota Supra have surfaced. Continue Reading...
The sports car relationship between Toyota and BMW will result in two cars that won’t compete with each other. Continue Reading...
Subaru WRX owners better watch their speed while on the road. Continue Reading...
Toyota’s sports car partnership with BMW will give birth to a Supra successor that, according to the latest rumors, will use a complex hybrid powertrain. Continue Reading...
“Soon” is quite possibly the least satisfying answer possible, yet we hear it countless times about exciting new cars. Continue Reading...
At the rate BMW is going launching new models, it might run out of letters and numbers soon. Continue Reading...
Race car technologies moving into road cars is nothing new, but using a supercapacitor-based hybrid system certainly is. Continue Reading...
Toyota has reportedly confirmed that the FT-1 will become the next-generation Supra. Continue Reading...
What exactly is Toyota planning to debut at the Detroit Auto Show? Be the first to find out. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Rumor has it that we will finally see a Toyota Supra concept at next year’s Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
The stories about Toyota and BMW’s joint sports car feasibility study have always revolved around the thought that Toyota would release a Supra successor, while BMW would finally replace its Z4 with a new, bigger model. Continue Reading...
Nearly 100 Toyota Supras gathered in the UK to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fourth-generation. Continue Reading...
A successor to the Toyota Supra is arguably one of the most sought after vehicles by automotive enthusiasts, and the next chairman for Toyota, Takeshi Uchiyamada, falls in that group. Continue Reading...
It’s not every day that AutoGuide launches a new weekly feature. Today, however, is not just any day; it’s first installment of an interactive segment we call ‘Commute, Toy or Destroy’. Continue Reading...
With the recent success of the Toyota GT86 platform, it’s no surprise that the Japanese automaker wants to work quickly on its successor to the Supra. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
After the launch of the Scion FR-S, what direction is Toyota headed when it comes to sports cars? In a sit-down interview today at the Detroit Auto Show, company Senior Vice President Bob Carter gave a big hint, even using the word “Supra.” Continue Reading...
Back in December, we reported that Toyota was considering two more sports cars to go along with its hugely successful GT 86 (Scion FR-S), and now we can confirm that the Japanese automaker will be creating a successor to the Supra as quickly as it can. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
According to an interview with the brains behind the the Scion FR-S, the rumored upcoming Supra will not be a hybrid despite a recent concept sports car from Toyota. Continue Reading...