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2.0-liter Dynamic Force Engine, a New 2.0-liter Direct-injection, Inline 4-cylinder Gasoline Engine. Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announces that it has developed a new continuously variable transmission (CVT), 6-speed manual transmission, 2.0-liter engine, 2.0-liter hybrid system, and 4WD systems based on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA), a development framework aimed at making ever-better cars. The new technologies offer both superb driving performance and high environmental performance.

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    • job moses
      job moses

      love toyota better valve seats, when everybody is compliicating things

      about 5 days ago
    • Dale Lexel
      Dale Lexel

      Nothing is better than Toyota when comes in vehicles...

      about 19 days ago
    • wendell ramcharan
      wendell ramcharan

      Those electric pumps will fail in the desert!

      about 20 days ago
    • Dale Lexel
      Dale Lexel In reply to wendell ramcharan

      How can you say it?
      Idiot

      about 19 days ago
    • someone
      someone In reply to wendell ramcharan

      why ? (just curious since i live in the hot deserts of Arabia)

      about 19 days ago
    • wendell ramcharan
      wendell ramcharan

      Dosent look GDI?

      about 20 days ago
    • MOON STARS
      MOON STARS

      Nuclear force engine more power

      about 21 day ago
    • Jim Becker
      Jim Becker

      I can only wish Elio would get it's act together. Damn! Even modern motorcycles
      have become over-engineered and cost as much or more than automobiles to buy
      ad maintain.

      about 27 days ago
    • Brethren of Yeshua
      Brethren of Yeshua

      Is this the engine going in the Supra?

      about 29 days ago
    • nick b
      nick b

      electric water pump not sure about how long that would last lol.

      about 1 month ago
    • Milo Jame
      Milo Jame In reply to nick b

      Hopefully it eazy to swap out

      about 1 month ago
    • Philip Viet
      Philip Viet

      No good anymore. Need good battery for cars.

      about 1 month ago
    • samuraifugitivo
      samuraifugitivo

      Oh, that engine looks so similar to mazda skyactiv: Direct injection, high compression, volcano type piston....

      about 1 month ago
    • samuraifugitivo
      samuraifugitivo In reply to samuraifugitivo

      damefaso and your sister has good nipples.

      about 1 month ago
    • damefaso
      damefaso In reply to samuraifugitivo

      And...?

      about 1 month ago
    • NFiltr8Red
      NFiltr8Red

      Better be putting out 240 HP naturally aspirated 4 cylinder.......340 Turbo Charged. Or else don’t talk to me.

      about 1 month ago
    • George Dodd
      George Dodd

      Electric water pump & electronic thermostat ... I've been waiting 20 years for this.

      about 1 month ago
    • MUHAMMAD TUASEEN ILYAS
      MUHAMMAD TUASEEN ILYAS

      I also have a toyota altis

      about 1 month ago
    • Stuart Ferry
      Stuart Ferry

      12/1 compression lower rev limits. electric super charging 2psi ...tall final drive.

      about 1 month ago
    • Lee Kyu
      Lee Kyu

      No wonder why they r using bmw engine in the new supra. That freaking thing is a bmw engine

      about 2 months ago
    • Anak Malaysia
      Anak Malaysia

      What this engine called. I need to know

      about 2 months ago
    • Anak Malaysia
      Anak Malaysia In reply to Anak Malaysia

      +Motor.TV Thanks!

      about 1 month ago
    • Motor.TV
      Motor.TV In reply to Anak Malaysia

      2.0-liter Dynamic-Force direct-injection inline four-cylinder engine (M20A-FKS)

      about 1 month ago
    • fmcprogrmr
      fmcprogrmr

      Not a fan of that electric water pump.

      about 2 months ago
    • sajidhasan34
      sajidhasan34

      same as superbikes

      about 2 months ago
    • Tony Wu
      Tony Wu

      Still Toyota

      about 2 months ago
    • Amir Jamshidi
      Amir Jamshidi

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      about 2 months ago
    • harry craft
      harry craft

      Redundant, soon most internal combustion engines will be a thing of the past

      about 2 months ago
    • Shaun Sweeney
      Shaun Sweeney

      Wish they could have put that same dedication and effort in the Supra motor wait they used a BMW platform my bad....

      about 2 months ago
    • Chronicles of K. Toyoda
      Chronicles of K. Toyoda In reply to Shaun Sweeney

      +Shaun Sweeney I'm an Automotive Technician and while it's no secret Euro's especially their sporty stuff is made with about the level quality control as 2 dollar Chinese Rat Poison, I also followed closely in the development of this engine. So I know that Toyota was (for lack of a better term) very anal, in the quality standards, employing every slew of metal fatigue, yield strength, x-ray testing and so on down to every bolt on that engine (the transmission is already an industry standard unit) so much so in fact that it blew BMW engineers away, but frustratingly this also ment the engine had to be revised many times over.

      These differences in philosophies is also the reason Toyota engineers already said they aren't too keen on working with BMW again. With all that said while true enthusiasts such as myself (MR2 owner) feel the Supra could've been so much more had Toyota developed it with the likes of Yamaha, Lotus & German company Getrag like they had in prior years, the truth is w disgruntled enthusiast speak with our souls though often not with our wallets. Those who do vote with their wallets vehemently approve of this Supra, hence why it's on backorder, well above the initial production sales run. This is more impressive considering the sportscar market has dwindled more and more over the years, Toyota understanding this has decided to collaborate to split R&D costs, they've done it with Subaru (which they partially own) Lotus & Mazda. Mazda has also split sportscar R&D costs with Fiat.

      The only companies that can afford to eat the R&D of a new platform are companies that can offset such large costs such as companies who can sell well in their domestic market, this mostly applies to Europe where motorsport is ingrained in their history & culture (think, Gran Turismo AKA The Grand Tour) {this was literally a coming of age journey as far back as the horse & buggy days} & it's lingering effect is that sportscar sales are still a relevant sector of profit there.

      The US's sportscar segment is only alive thanks in part to it's nationalistic outlook of what a manly sportscar is, this leaves a limited market for middle priced non super-car foreign sportscars, (remember a 6-speed Supra Targa Twin-Turbo is north of 70Grand in today's money, something that just wouldn't sell in the Z/Fairlady class in today's dwindled sportscar market that Toyota aims for).

      With BMW eating part of the R&D costs it's the only way for Toyota to build a competent sportscar that's relevant. If Toyota could sell well in it's home market the story would be different, unfortunately, the driving population of Japan is rather small, cars are heavily taxed due to performance width and even the 2 grand USD to get a licence is seen as an unnecessary expense in the light of their rapid metro systems.

      But yes I hate that BMW gets to put their name on the Supra, but I have to respect Toyota's reasons for trying to garner a larger sportscar consumer fanbase that may very well pay dividends once they've recouped their costs & can afford to develop an all Toyota redesign & sell that.

      about 2 days ago
    • Shaun Sweeney
      Shaun Sweeney In reply to Shaun Sweeney

      +Chronicles of K. Toyoda Even though I somewhat agree with what you're saying marketing fails to understand Toyota has already set a standard for an overly built sports car people buy sports cars not to just drive them people buy sports cars to drive them hard and judging from what I've seen so far the engine Bay is clustered with wires all over the place and plastic in the engine that produces a lot of heat which is known to fail it may be a marketing stunt for them but it doesn't reassure to customers that are purchasing the vehicle that is going to be reliable as we all know in the society everybody takes anything that's new has to be looked at through a microscope Toyota has already set that bar even though the economy was not ready for previous gen supra it was not Time to purchase that car in that time era. I am a tow truck driver i have seen alot and towed alot 6+ years i would say 75% of people do not maintain there cars but on the other hand i will not discredit manufacturers defective vehicles some knew the problem others dont. I am very passionate about my cars god knows i went through my fare share some were my fault some were not i have owned American and jdm vehicles so i respect all sports car though i have never owned a bmw i do respect them they have built some pretty nasty machines but on the other side they do have some major design problems just on how many i towed . The point im just making it just saddens me that they baged it a supra once again if they would not had called it a supra im sure there would be little no outrage. But i understand were you are coming from.

      about 2 days ago
    • Chronicles of K. Toyoda
      Chronicles of K. Toyoda In reply to Shaun Sweeney

      The goal of the car was for Toyota to appeal to more enthusiasts so a partnership with BMW in a part of the world where sportscar sales are still somewhat relevant (Europe) is good marketing strategy, especially considering that it my bring in brand loyalists or anti (J)import guys that otherwise would've never gave Toyota the chance.

      Though personally, this isn't the Supra I prefer, but I understand it's purpose, it's a stepping stone car, a smart move by Toyota.

      about 2 days ago
    • Shaun Sweeney
      Shaun Sweeney In reply to Shaun Sweeney

      Only time will tell whether is a bad decision or good one....

      about 2 days ago
    • Chronicles of K. Toyoda
      Chronicles of K. Toyoda In reply to Shaun Sweeney

      They designed the engine alongside them....

      about 2 days ago
    • Your Training
      Your Training

      Как же заебала Тойота называть своими инновационными разработками то, что давно сделано до них. Две форсунки. Форкамерное зажигание. Все это давно придумано и использовалось другими.

      about 2 months ago
    • 99subigt
      99subigt

      So it be a 200hp n/a motor but with only 110tq 😆 reminds me of when toyota came out with the celica with its "180hp" and a amazing 130tq, Indeed was a good motor but much desire from what toyota wanted to accomplish from it. Will see what happens and hopefully not a bad thing like the Honda crv 1.5 turbo or the 1.5 turbo from ford and yes I know I can't compare a n/a to a turbo motor but at the time this 2 companies said that their motor was high tech.

      about 2 months ago
    • J J
      J J

      🖕

      about 2 months ago
    • TheGomezIndustries
      TheGomezIndustries

      Good job Toyota, now build the 3JZ and forget BMW. People buy Toyotas because it’s a Toyota.

      about 2 months ago
    • damien parker
      damien parker

      Still dinosaur tech... Electric is future

      about 2 months ago
    • Laba Gena
      Laba Gena

      Toyota engines are weak and not efficient, - ancient technology

      about 2 months ago
    • Laba Gena
      Laba Gena

      Toyota engines suck

      about 2 months ago
    • Andrei M
      Andrei M

      So much marketing wank...

      about 2 months ago