Ready to get your mind blown???? :smile:I'm not big on the styling of the front.
It's overall power and tech sounds promising.
I would still buy it if I could get it for $26k
Sadly it will likely cost around $55k.
But there is another sports car in the mix as well. After a mandate from Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda calling for “cars that touch the heart”, a source close to Toyota has confirmed the company is busy developing not only the FT-1 as the next Supra, but a smaller sports car too.”
“Priced at around $16,000 (in the US), this entry-level sports coupe will slot into the line-up under the successful 86,” says our insider.”
“Developed within a new sports car division headed up by none other than 86 chief engineer Tetsuya Tada, our source says these two next-generation coupes will form the base for a whole range of sports cars set to start joining the line-up from 2016.”
“Meanwhile, the smaller sports coupe said to slot in under the 86 should be powered by a 1.5-litre hybrid set-up and is set for a 2017 debut.”
Eh, I could care less who is using them. All of those cars would be faster and preform better if they used a gas engine with more power.^ Really? You are aware of the definition of hybrid right? It doesn't mean slow-eco-friendly Prius.
McLaren P1, Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari... might want to update your "book" then
Absolutely agree; Wish I could remember the name of this really good documentry I saw that goes more in depth about the manufacturing and disposal process... maybe someone else has seen it and can share.The funniest fact is how people think they are "cleaner" or "better for the environment". When in actuality they have a much larger carbon footprint then an all gas car when you take manufacturing and disposal into account.