Further details weren't provided but from what we know up until now, both the Toyota / Scion and Subaru variants of the two-seater compact coupe will get an all-new platform with power coming from a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder boxer engine producing around 200HP.
While various autmotive manufacturers are backing out of the Detroit Motor Show, Subaru has something abrewing for the show. Announcing that they will be releasing a new concept at the event, speculators are now debating whether or not the RWD concept that Subaru has been working on with Toyota will be making a debut, and for good reason. The concept is scheduled to go on sale somewhere in between 2010 and 2011, and a concept should be due for some public feedback pretty soon. With the show just around the corner, we expect the news (if any) to leak out at any given moment. Stay tuned at GT Channel for the latest update.
Originally due in 2011, now, according to Nikkei, the car has been pushed back to at least 2012. If things get worse before they get better, we have a feeling that 2012 will also come and go without Toyota fielding another dedicated sports car entrant.
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