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    Not Looking Good for the U.S. Market

    AutoNews, a reliable industry publication, posted a four-year forecast of Toyota's products for the U.S. market. The article described a SF86 refresh in 2018, as well as the new Supra. But no mention of the SFR. If interested, you can read the article here: http://bit.ly/2ac5R2C

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    The 86 gets a midlife update for the 2017 model year.
    Yes, it's officially announced.

    A redesign will probably come in 2018 and maybe the long hoped-for turbocharged version now that Toyota is trying to sport-up its lineup.
    Huh?

    Reliable...
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    Not looking good for any market. Last I read on a website here in Japan, Toyota may not release the S-FR until 2021 in Japan. Looks like I'm going to go look for a cheap Mazda ND Roadster.

    Toyota is so full of it saying they want to build cars that are "fun to drive again"

    The Honda S660 went from concept to sale in two years.

    The 86 took what 6 years? Get with the program Toyota, this is like the video game industry, tease a good product then delay...

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