The Toyota Supra is making a comeback.
Toyota fan blog SupraMKV.com discovered Toyota’s June 3 application to trademark the “Supra” name in Europe. This follows the company’s 2014 U.S. Patent and Trademark Office application for the name, and suggests that the beloved sports car’s return to showrooms is near.
Continue reading THE RETURN OF THE TOYOTA SUPRA IS UPON US
PEOPLE DON’T WANT cars, they want rides. That’s the existential fear plaguing automakers today. And they’re scrambling to do something about it.
Continue reading Calling an Uber Is Cooler Than Owning a Car—And Automakers Want In
Hovering technology, once Hollywood sci-fi, is gaining ground in the real world. The U.S. Army is looking at the “world’s first flying motorcycle,” and Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus has built its own hoverboard.
Continue reading The Hoverboard Exists. Are Flying Cars Next?
You know what a pain those plastic engine covers are? How they get in the way and hide your own car’s engine from you? Well, consider that black piece of molded plastic a metaphor for something much worse: the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Automakers are trying to use the DMCA to say you can’t work on or modify your own car.
Continue reading Carmakers Want To Use Copyright Law To Make Working On Your Car Illegal