As the FJ40 over-restoration Industrial Complex has arguably hit a ceiling, we're beginning to see more obscure Toyota trucks at auctions, including the 70 Series Land Cruisers that were never sold stateside, in addition to tidy examples of the 60 Series from the 1980s.
Toyota Europe's marketing boss told Autocar the company plans a successor to the GT86, known in the U.S. as simply the 86. That would give the brand two sports cars when the 2020 Supra arrives, with a third reportedly under consideration.
J.D. Power polled nearly 33,000 owners of 2016 model-year vehicles about their three-year ownership experience, and some very familiar names have ended up atop the resulting ranks. Lexus is once again the highest-ranked automaker in J.D. Power's annual Vehicle Dependability Study, with owners experiencing an average of 106 problems per 100 vehicles.
Back in the day, Toyota did not use the H-word. When its new body style debuted for the 1976 model year on the Corolla, it was a Liftback. But that was almost 43 years ago, when new oceans boiled with the first stirrings of amoebic life.
A trend is occurring in the full-size truck segment. The all-new Ram 1500 already has it and soon the Ford F-150 will as well. GM has already announced it's examining doing the same for its Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra twins. Figure it out yet? In case you haven't, we'll tell you: electrification.
British Racing Green makes nearly everything better in the automotive world, even a small, Japanese sports car. Despite being about 6,000 miles away from Great Britain, Japan is channeling the British spirit with the Toyota 86 British Green Limited special edition.
The Toyota Supra isn't even on sale yet, but already, TRD rolled out a concept loaded with aerodynamic enhancements. Toyota this week unveiled the Supra TRD Performance Line concept on TRD's Japanese-market site.