TEMPO.CO, Frankfurt - The year 2014 marks a new momentum for two automotive giants BMW and Toyota Motor, which are ready to join together to create a sport car equipped with high technology.
"The most important thing is that there will be two new and authentic cars made by both companies," Herbert Diess, BMW product development manager said on Tuesday, December 30, 2013.
Diess refused to mention the platform of these cars. However, Toyota previously mentioned that they are currently working on a prototype mid-sized sports car project.
Many speculated that Toyota will base the car on the Toyota Celica coupe while BMW will use the Z4 coupe as the basis for their product. Some even speculated that both companies were planning to develop a sport car based on the Toyota Supra, which production was stopped in 2002.