Toyota is launching its first sports car, the Tundrap, in October, with a price tag of $75,000.
The car’s specs are as follows:The Tundapod, a sports coupe that debuted last year in China, is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four, and features a six-speed manual transmission, a 7.0:1 rear-wheel drive gearbox, and a three-way rear suspension.
The top speed is a whopping 147 miles per hour.
The Tundarapod also boasts an electric motor that produces 315 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque.
While it won’t have the full-throttle torque of the T-Sport, the car’s drivetrain is still powerful enough to get around rough roads at speed.
The interior features a five-piece, carbon fiber steering wheel, leather seats, and LED taillights.
It also has an electronic driver assist system that allows the driver to adjust steering, braking, and steering assist to their liking.
The T-Prix, Toyota’s first foray into electric racing, is due for release in early 2018, but the Temptalia is expected to debut before the end of the year.
The model will reportedly have a starting price of $50,000, with options for an optional six-figure package.
While the Taunrap is still in its early days, Toyota has already shown that its engineering prowess is more than sufficient to build something with a good look and sound.
It has already produced cars like the FWD Tacoma, and now it is making its first entry into the sporty sports car market.
The new Taunra is expected not only to be a great looking car, but also to be very reliable.