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Earlier, we wrote about Toyota’s underwhelming 2018 manual transmission sales figures. To recap – as Toyota’s representatives told CarBuzz – the automatic Corolla outsold its manual equivalent to a ratio of 100 to 1, and just one in three Toyota 86 buyers picked a manual version of the rear-drive coupe. What about the other famous
SARDINIA, Italy — As 21st-century Porsche 911s go, few hit peak analog quite so completely as the GT3 Touring. Free-breathing, naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six? Check. Six-speed manual? Mandatory. In a world that’s gone nearly completely paddle-shifted, turbocharged, and computerized, the wingless $146,350 coupe was a laser-focused answer to the nagging question enthusiasts couldn’t stop asking.
It’s a crisp Saturday morning and I’m strolling along the idyllic sidewalks of Hill Valley from the Robert Zemeckis films. To the right of me is the courthouse where Doc Brown precariously hung his sketchy, uninsulated, exposed metal cable around the hands of the clock, ziplining down to get to the loose connectors. To the
SUMMIT POINT, W.Va. — The 2020 Toyota GR Supra is quite the multi-layered cake. It resulted from a pragmatic collaboration with BMW, which caused an uproar from those who balk at Toyota’s halo car sharing Bavarian DNA. Then there are the comparisons to its predecessor, the legendary Supra A80 (1993-1998), as well its platform-mate, the
When Toyota started the original Prius program in the early 1990s, it did something that was atypical at the time: As this was an all-new approach to developing a powertrain, it decided that it would have its engineers develop as much as possible internally — down to the geometry of the wire used for motor