The Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ have existed since 2012, and with the introduction of the new A90 Supra, many wonder if sports cars will be redesigned for another generation.
A report from Japanese nostalgic car, citing an unpublished issue of the Japanese magazine The best car, suggests the end of the road for Toyobaru binoculars, since both car companies have opted for different development policies.
Nor does it help the new Supra to offer a Japanese four-cylinder four-cylinder engine in Japan (197 PS and 320 Nm), which effectively closes the vacuum at 86 / BRZ.
This new development contrasts with a previous report that suggests that a new generation of the Toyobaru twins will debut in 2021. Of course, without taking into account any official word of the automaker, we should take these statements with a grain of go for now.
Despite this, Toyota / Subaru's alliance is not completely dead, since the rumors of a revived MR2 with Subaru technology have recently appeared. Subaru has previously denied claims that a medium-sized sports car is developing as a substitute for BRZ.