Toyota has served an abundant serving of sportsmanship in Frankfurt. Neither more nor less than a Toyota Yaris led to 420 horses under the name of Toyota Yaris Hybrid-R. But the news about Toyota and the sporty side of the Japanese firm have not been there. Toyota wants its own sub-brand sport. Your Abarth, its Nismo.
As we await the arrival of the Toyota Supra successor, a model that could be presented and conceptually in the next Hall of Tokyo, in late November, while an alleged expect more performance version of the Toyota GT 86, Karl Schlicht, vice president of Toyota Europe revealed this intention on the part of the Japanese firm to have its own line of sports models.
According to Schlicht had informed during the Frankfurt Motor Show Auto Express Toyota would have its own brand of sports models in two years and may use the initials of TMG, Toyota Motorsport GmbH to call this division.