NEW YORK – Toyota Motor Corp.’s Calty Design Studio and its satellite operations in Ann Arbor, MI, are investigating replacements for the Celica and MR2, Kevin Hunter, vice president-design and studio operations at Calty, says. Enthusiasts have been calling for Toyota to fill in the sports car gap in its lineup with a new entry ever since word came those cars would be phased out of the U.S. lineup. Both the Celica and MR2 ended their U.S. runs last year. Hunter doesn’t detail the studies ...
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