Aston Martin’s Lagonda marque is making a comeback, with the name officially being applied to a sedan. Production will be limited and right now the Lagonda sedan is only confirmed for the Middle Eastern market.
Toyota is working on a new Supra, one based on a platform being developed with BMW. Today we learned that BMW will also be supplying the engine for the car, which will be combined with a complex hybrid system developed by Toyota.
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