The Hiroshima-based automaker plans to introduce the CX-60 in Europe and Japan. It will be the lead-off model for a line of four crossovers built on a newly developed architecture for large vehicles that can accommodated inline 6-cylinder engines and rear-wheel drive setups.
Toyota boss Akio Toyoda had a big hand in testing and vetting his new namesake GR Corolla hot hatch, which will be go on sale this winter in Japan and be available on U.S. dealer lots next year as a 2023 model.
The redesigned Nissan Z is a no-excuses, gasoline-burning 400-hp speedster in a world seemingly gone gaga for all things electric. But Nissan will pitch it as a heritage car, one "built for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts."