I said they ended with no racing presence. The older rally Celicas are well-known and appreciated. Actually, since Toyota is working with Subaru anyways, it’d be cool to revive the Celica nameplate as a 4wd coupe.
I wholeheartedly agree, including respect for Bangle.
The Wrangler doesn’t look angry out of the box either. That’s where the aftermarket steps in, letting angsty bros express themselves to whatever degree they desire. I can already imagine the ebay search results for “honda e angry grille”.
Man, once the 370z is gone for a few years, people will lust after those late model year cars. It’ll be a recent car that feels old school. All the things that make the Z seem dated now will make it timeless in the future. No infotainment? Good! No turbos? Great! Manual trans? Freaking fantastic!
I wonder where the Taycan would figure in all of this.
The 86 was less outsourced, right? Didn’t Subaru only take care of the engine, and Toyota did the rest? But I get what you’re saying. I also don’t really buy the “we couldn’t do it alone” argument from Toyota. The clearest counter-example for me is the Alpine 110. Here’s another Cayman-rivaling revival of a historic… Read more
I’m no Celica aficionado, but I don’t think the Celica would be subject to controversy as the Supra was. The 2jz was a big reason for the Supra’s legendary status, but as far as I know the Celica’s engines are not “sacred”. Celicas never loomed large in pop culture, and rwd Celicas have been gone for a long time. The… Read more
How’s the fight to disable auto play videos going? Any end in sight?
Man, if Buick ever gets around to making an EV, they have the perfect name.
Got a nice ring to it, kinda like those trademarked transmissions i e. “Torqueflite”. “Now available with the smooth power of the Astro-Glide automatic Transmission”
First time at Summit Point - what a fun track. We ran Shenandoah, the one with the Karoussel, a great time.