FT-1 concept possible starting point for next-gen Supra coupe.
TURIN – Confirmation that Toyota is progressing with a sports car being developed in association with BMW is coming these days from both Japan and Germany. In the past three years, the automakers have made repeated public announcements about their joint technology-development programs for hybrid and fuel-cell propulsion systems. Last year they agreed to look into collaborating on a sports car platform, as well. The project reportedly has been deemed feasible and two different sports ...
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