So, what's the deal already?
If I didn't know any better I would say that Toyota Motor Sales is on its way to producing some of the most driver-focused products at the same time in my recent memory.
THINK: The Lexus IS-F, LFA, GS and the rest of the F-Sport bits and baubles. Then you have the Scion FR-S, which already has won over some auto critics. The only brand out of the lineup that's missing a sporting product seems to be Toyota. No, the current-gen Camry doesn't count as "driver focused."
And when you think about TMS' move to make the GT86 a Scion product, it seems as though it purposely left a gap for a reason.
Could the reason be the reincarnation of the infamous Toyota Supra?
Though the product has been one of those on/off again type of things -- much like my last relationship -- rumors are giving it a jolt to life, again.
According to CAR Magazine and Motor Trend are proclaiming the project is back "on."
As you'd expect, there's no official stance on the matter, yet.
That said, are you rooting for an all-new Supra to make a production appearance or could you care less?