Toyota has one thing missing from their lineup of automobiles, a fun to drive sports car.
Now that could be due to that fact that the company is only trying to do their best in these tough economic times and quite frankly, consumers are shopping for efficient vehicles as opposed to ones that are fun to drive.
This is where the Japanese automaker’s luxury line steps in.
The smallest of the company’s rear wheel drive vehicles is the IS, which is said to be the spiritual successor of the AE-86.
Only the Lexus tips the scales at around 3,500 pounds, whereas the nimble Toyota Corolla of the 1980s weighed in at less than 2,000.