Building it on the TNGA platform is a good thing. Now that the GR Yaris has broken cover with 257 hp, the "more than 255 hp" sounds more than a bit lame, but probably par for the course for Toyota.
If Toyota is worried about infringing upon the 4-cylinder Supra in Japan with the 86, we can, likely, look forward to a less optimized second generation 86 from a power perspective, even though the turbo motor from the Ascent could easily handle 300 hp
If the Yaris and the 86 wind up with the same level of power when, in theory, the 86 is above the Yaris in the company's sports car pecking order, what does that tell you? More Tada BS for the masses.
Our exclusive mule sighting confirms that Chevrolet means mid-engine business.
Behold, mid-engine Corvette fans: The car you’ve waited patiently for Chevrolet to build has finally evolved beyond titillating concepts to the engineering mule revealed here. An 82-second strike by our...
This is going to be a fun thread! I have found and saved the rarest Mazda FC RX7 ever made! Now this car is rare. Really rare! Let me break this down really quick:
There are 1500 10AE Turbo II rx7's that were made in the USA. They are rare. There are even less of the RHD Infinity models made at...