Waking the only road-legal Toyota GT-One
, with its 360,000 employees and status as the world’s largest car maker, can be a confusing beast.
In the new GR Supra
it chose to revive perhaps its greatest hit, yet did so by way of a lukewarm twin to the BMW Z4
. At the same time, and despite the fact that it refuses to give the current Corolla
the powertrain its superb TNGA platform craves, the company’s engineers have recently blown the doors clean off the hot hatch class with a bespoke four-wheel-drive take on the humble Yaris
Evidently, what Toyota could do and what it actually does don’t always align. So perhaps it’s no surprise to learn that while the brand has hidden in its possession one of the most droolworthy motorsport relics anywhere on planet Earth, the ultimate fate of the car is currently unclear.
Interesting story. from Autocar
Sleeping beauty: waking the only road-legal Toyota GT-One (msn.com)
post edited by RAY MR2 - 2021/01/09 23:31:00