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Toyota ready to introduce Sports Car series

Toyota ready to introduce Sports Car series

"Toyota's version of the Lexus" F-series high-performance line?

Still, if the new series is successful and proves to be more than just wheel and bodykit packages, Toyota might introduce an identical lineup under the Toyota Racing Development (TRD) badge stateside.

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We're pretty sure the top of the line offering in this new subrange will be the reimagined Supra - but beyond that we'll have to consciously speculate because the carmaker suggested the event will mostly focus on its home market of Japan. The launch of the new sports models outside of Japan would still have to be confirmed.

The famously boring Toyota lineup might be getting a shot in the arm thanks to a "sports car" series to be unveiled this September. So far we can easily fit into the new roster the FT86 sports coupe and the new Yaris GRMN, a subcompact three-door hot hatchback.

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Earlier this month, Toyota made key management changes specifically in their motorsport division, Gazoo Racing, prompting us to believe that it could become its own brand.

It is now unknown if the cars will be sold outside of Japan. These are cars developed under the in-house Gazoo Racing Co. branch, a division recently reorganized earlier this month to develop future sports cars and special editions.

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A new line of sports cars also arrives ahead of an expected successor to the Toyota Supra, one of the brand's most storied sports cars. The first vehicle released by the new sub-brand will be the new Supra early next year.