Posted by Stefan Petrov on 7th Feb 2017
We've already covered this car several times, but a new video showing it getting put through its paces in the snow has just surfaced, and it's brilliant.
For those of you with short memory, let us quickly remind you why you should be very, very excited about the upcoming sprotscar. First off, there's the design. Toyota said it'll pay a tribute to the original Supra, although it may not be called a Supra. Weird, but don't ask. It still hasn't been named, but we really hope Toyota decides to change their mind and use the legendary Supra moniker. It will most likely use a V6 engine in addition to the electric motor. Yes, it's a hybrid, but we hope it's nothing like the rather disappointing Acura/Honda NSX.
The BMW, if online rumors are to be believed, will have a different engine, body and even wheelbase. Nothing but the bare-bone chassis will be shared between the two cars. The Beemer will be powered by a lineup of various four and six-cylinder gasoline and diesel units, with the added benefit of having a removable roof. Whether that makes it less of a sportscar, you decide. We personally can't wait to see both of them in action without the camouflage. Our vote goes to the Supra, how about you? Comment down below.
At the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Nissan unveiled something they call the Vmotion 2.0 Concept. Think of it as a showcase for the brand's Intelligent Mobility technology, as well as a glimpse into what we can expect from Nissan in the following years. If this is where the brand is headed, [...]
That's right, you read that correctly. The upcoming Civic Type R will be getting a CVT, the worst enemy of any true car enthusiast. Don't worry however, the manual isn't going anywhere in a rush. It will still be an option, whether we'll have to pay for it remains to be seen. In all likelihood, [...]
For the longest time, two of the biggest auto manufacturers refused to enter to the electric vehicle market. Toyota and Mazda were adamant that they would not build a fully-electric mass produced vehicle, but as it turns out, if that's the where the market is heading, then so are they. They will have a lot [...]
The Mazda MX-5 is currently in its fourth generation and it's looking better than ever. The small roadster is arguably the best rear-wheel drive vehicle as almost any enthusiast will tell you. You get decent power, a lightweight chassis, rear-wheel drive, a manual gearbox and access to open skies for not a whole lot of [...]
Winter is just around the corner, but the cold temperatures are already starting to affect us in a lot of places. Not only us, but our cars as well. Contrary to popular belief, the process of winterizing your vehicle is a rather simple one. It's no more complex to getting your car ready for a [...]
Electric cars are the future, no question about that. But today's world isn't fully capable of coping with fully electric vehicles just yet. Hybrids present a stepping stone, an evolutionary step in the path to fully electric vehicles. Over the years we've seen quite a few electric vehicles but more often than not, they're either [...]
We all love our Supras and Skylines, but for 99% of us they're too expensive and in some places, still not legal. Luckily, there are cheaper ways of achieving the same amount of fun, if not even more. Here are 5 great Japanese vehicles which are front-wheel driven, proving that FWD is not always worse [...]
If you're not a wheel fanatic, chances are you're probably only aware of the existence of BBS and Enkei as premium wheel manufacturers. Most of us know them because of racing game serials such as Need For Speed from a very young age. The truth of the matter is that there are equally good, if [...]
Petrolheads, look away. A large fire recently engulfed International Vehicle Importers, a company specializing in importing rare and sought after JDM cars. The reasons for the fire were unknown at first but the owner later released information regarding the whole incident. The entire story is very silly and tragic, but thankfully no people were involved [...]