A good portion of the United States is under a blanket of snow at the moment but that doesn’t mean you have to stop driving. Sometimes you gotta hop in your older brother’s Honda CR-V and whip it around the empty cul-de-sac a few streets over while you “learn” how to drive in the snow. Everyone needs a winter beater…
So we didn’t get a new Toyota Supra at any of the auto shows in 2017, and it doesn’t appear to be coming to the Detroit show next month either. At this point I’m all but convinced it exists only internally so Toyota employees can rip burnouts as a stress-relief exercise. But! Something interesting and unexpected is…
Oh, hello there. I will assume that you who are reading these words right now enjoy good things in life. For instance, a certain surge of joy potentially brought on by the appearance of the new Toyota Supra at the Detroit Auto Show. Well, I’m sorry to have to tell you this, but it won’t be there. Sorry.
In the sea of crossovers and bad branding that is this year’s LA Auto Show, we had hope of something more—a new Toyota Supra, maybe, a car for people who like cars for their soul rather than for their convenience. But, since everything is bad, we learned instead that the new Supra may not be called the “Supra.”
America wants crossovers, and not just any crossovers. We prefer our vehicles to look “rugged” even if they totally aren’t. That’s probably why today at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Toyota showed off its “Future Toyota Adventure Concept,” filling the press release with “tough guy” terminology.
Hello. This post is here to serve notice that the new Toyota Supra, a hotly anticipated sports coupe that definitely exists (?) somewhere (???) is not present at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Today Lexus debuted the 2018 RX L, fixing the brand’s ubiquitous luxury crossover’s fatal flaw of not having a third row. American consumers will be thrilled and probably buy a crap-ton of these vehicles. But they should really be buying something else.
“I’ve got my life in a real mess and I need your help bad,” reads the intro of Matthew Schaefer’s Toyota Land Cruiser Craigslist post. His said his girlfriend of six years left him a few weeks ago, and now he’s stuck alone in the mountains of California without a job, a driver’s license or gas money. He needs someone…
A Toyota Corolla is a safe choice for a car. A boring choice. Reliable, bland, cheap and basic transportation. There is no shame in this. But it makes the Corolla an extremely unlikely contender to be one of the stars of the fastest growing motorsport in America—drifting.
It’s no secret that I like vans. I once wrote several hundred words about a friend’s minivan just because I liked it so much. Imagine how delighted I was when my mom called me and said, “There’s a big stupid blue van parked near the thrift store. You should come see it.”
Fernando Alonso’s quest to win the Triple Crown of Motorsport (Monaco, Indy and Le Mans) continues, and we couldn’t love it more. Alonso confirmed to the World Endurance Championship today that he was going to test out the Toyota Ts050 LMP1 tomorrow, like he might be gunning for a Le Mans seat or something.
Taylor Hawkins, the drummer for 90s rock band Foo Fighters since 1997, seems like a pretty chill dude. He once said a U2 album sounded “like a fart any way you listen to it,” which I am sure got a laugh out of somebody. We’ve also learned that, despite being worth millions of dollars, the cars he keeps are fairly…
The possibilities of Earth are endless—see them, potentially in a fleet of 1979 Toyota LiteAces.