A recent report from the United States suggests that the Toyota GT86 and subaru BRZ (which both won the scene in 2012) will not see a second generation.
Done with Japanese nostalgic car, which mentions a forthcoming report from a Japanese magazine, the two athletes face the ax.
Because? Well, the publication says that the two car manufacturers "have been diverted from their development policies."
As Japanese nostalgic car He points out, however, that the four-cylinder base version of the new Supra generation A90 makes 145 kW, which are actually two units less more than the flat-four GT86 engine with natural suction, which leads to the speculation that this derivative will serve as an entry athlete.
Another hypothesis is that Toyota could re-associate with Subaru after being informed that the latter started working on a new mid-range vehicle. This, speculates on the report, could form the basis of a resurrected MR2.
Meanwhile, Toyota's boss Akio Toyoda suggested Coach A new sport could be on the way to the brand.
"SUVs are good, but at the end of the day, is there anything better than a tightened rear car car? I hope that this is not the last Toyota sport that will see us in the future," he said Toyoda, with reference to the new Supra.
The alignment of Toyota GT86 in South Africa currently comprises only a derivative, at a price of R593 100. Meanwhile, the BRZ was withdrawn from the local market in September 2015.