2019 Toyota Supra Looks Great In Latest Rendering

2019 Toyota Supra Looks Great In Latest Rendering

The Toyota Supra is continuing its slow march to production and the SupraMKV Forums have created a new rendering of what the car could look like.

Loosely based on the FT-1 concept, the rendering more closely resembles the production model as forum member Supra93 shortened the car's wheelbase and "pushed" the hood back. The fenders have also been modified and the rear air intakes have been removed. Other notable changes include larger mirrors and the addition of a central air intake.

Japanese Astronaut Noguchi To Join Iss Mission Again From 2019

Japanese astronaut Noguchi to join ISS mission again from 2019

Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi will stay at the International Space Station for about six months as part of the next ISS mission starting around the end of 2019, Japan's space agency said Tuesday.

It will be the third ISS mission for the 52-year-old astronaut following his earlier expeditions in 2005 and 2009. His training for the mission will start in Japan and the United States from Nov. 20.

U Spy 2019 Infiniti Qx50 In Tennessee

U Spy 2019 Infiniti QX50 In Tennessee

The 2019 Infiniti QX50 has been spied by a CarScoops reader in Tennessee.

Set to debut later this year, the redesigned crossover was previewed by the QX50 concept which was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in January.

2019 Toyota Supra Realistic Cgi Fills Us With Anticipation

2019 Toyota Supra Realistic CGI Fills Us With Anticipation

Based on all the Toyota Supra prototypes spied in recent months, it seems evident that the completed sports car will take obvious design inspiration from the FT-1 Concept and could end up looking quite similar to this rendering.

Created by a member of the Supra MKV forums, the car is clearly similar to the FT-1 but dulls down the design to make it more appropriate for road use. Additionally, numerous modifications have been made to ensure it would pass various regulations around the world.

Nintendo's Wii Shop Channel Will Be Shutting Down In 2019

Nintendo's Wii Shop Channel Will Be Shutting Down In 2019

Nintendo is a bit of an odd company in which some of their ideas seem to be the product of forward thinking, but yet there have been some instances in which the company has been slow to adopt newer technology or features that its competitors have embraced, like the Wii Shop Channel which marked the first time that Nintendo embraced the digital game distribution method.

However given that the focus is currently on the Nintendo Switch, we guess all good things must come to an end as Nintendo has officially announced that the Wii Shop Channel will be shutting down in 2019, or to be more specific, it will be shutting down on the 31st of January, 2019. We suppose this still gives gamers a little over a year to adjust to things, but if you still plan to keep using the service, note that adding funds will only be allowed until the 27th of March, 2018.

Future Cars: 2019 Lexus Es Kicks Gs Sibling To The Curb

Future Cars: 2019 Lexus ES Kicks GS Sibling To The Curb

There is change on the horizon for the Lexus range. Buyers are flocking to SUV’s and two of their mid-size luxury saloons are fighting against each other in the showroom. Unfortunately for RWD fans, the sportier GS is getting trounced in sales by the front wheel drive ES.

As a result, the GS is poised to meet the chopping block, with the ES taking over as the luxury automaker’s sole mid-size sedan. So what will the next-generation ES look like? Let’s investigate further.

Honda Urban Ev Confirmed For 2019 Launch In Europe 

Honda Urban EV confirmed for 2019 launch in Europe 

Honda revealed a small electric concept with a slight throwback vibe Tuesday at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Based on an all-new platform, the Urban EV will launch in Europe in 2019.

The tiny concept is even smaller — by 100 mm — than the diminutive Jazz supermini. You'll immediately notice the backlit Honda emblem, which presages a design cue that will show up on future Honda EVs. The grille area displays words, like the charge status, but it can also display messages for other drivers. That could be fun.

Canon To Launch New, Partially-automated Camera Plant In Japan In 2019

Canon to launch new, partially-automated camera plant in Japan in 2019

Canon has revealed that it is building a new semi-automated camera plant in Japan, and that it expects to open the plant in 2019. The factory will be located in the Miyazaki Prefecture on a 300,000 square meter land parcel, marking this the first time Canon has built a new camera production facility in Japan since 2010. The plant will focus on producing single-lens reflex cameras, according to Nikkei.

This business move is part of a growing effort on Canon's part to bring more of its production business back to its home nation, a move spurred in part by increased wages abroad. Though Canon had originally moved much of its production outside of Japan, the cost of domestic manufacturing has lowered thanks to factory automation technologies.

2019 Suzuki Jimny Leaks Looking Oh-so Familiar

2019 Suzuki Jimny Leaks Looking Oh-So Familiar

Not long after our spies snapped the 2019 Suzuki Jimny in the midst of testing, images of the redesigned SUV have emerged following a company presentation detailing its product roadmap.

As we long suspected (and hoped for), the new Jimny hasn't totally sacrificed its iconic design and still remains identifiable. What that means is that the SUV maintains its small proportions and its front end continues to be dominated by a slim, horizontal grille and a set of simple headlights, now round rather than the square shape of the original.

2019 Toyota Supra Spied With Production Headlights

2019 Toyota Supra spied with production headlights

The long-awaited Toyota Supra has been spied once more, this time revealing the production vehicle’s headlamp setup.

Aside from the new LED headlights, this latest prototype is wearing the same amount of camouflage as the vehicle spotted doing cold weather testing in March.

First Look At 2019 Nissan Altima Reveals Maxima-inspired Design

First look at 2019 Nissan Altima reveals Maxima-inspired design

With new iterations of midsize sedan staples such as the Accord and Camry on the way to dealership lots, the segment will be tougher than ever before, so it's a good thing that Nissan is finally replacing its aging Altima. We know this because one of our spy photographers caught an Altima prototype running around, and it wasn't well-covered.

Because of the mild camouflage, we can tell that the new Altima pulls many cues from its bigger Maxima sibling. The deep front grille extends all the way through the front bumper and into a chrome V-shaped lower section. It looks a little like the treatment on the Vmotion 2.0 concept, but with a conventional open grille. Other similarities to the Maxima include the floating roof motif at the D-Pillar, highlighted by the swoopy sheet metal just behind the windows on the rear doors. Looking closely, you can also make out the contour of the tailllights, which stretch forward along the car's haunches much like the Maxima.

'panda Express' Train Starts Service From This August Till 2019

'Panda express' train starts service from this August till 2019

OSAKA--The Kuroshio limited express offers more than just the bear necessities of a rail ride--the train connecting Kyoto, Osaka and southern Wakayama Prefecture is undergoing a panda-themed makeover.

The panda-faced express train started service on Aug. 5. JR West enlisted the Adventure World zoo in Shirahama, Wakayama Prefecture, whose main attraction is the giant panda, to help with the revamp.

Analyst Predicts Playstation 5 Will Be Launched In 2019

Analyst Predicts PlayStation 5 Will Be Launched In 2019

Sony's PS4 Pro was only recently launched, but it seems that the talk about the PlayStation 5 has already begun. Speaking to GamingBolt, analyst Michael Pachter has suggested that the PS5 could be launched as soon as 2019, and that the console will be a "half step" upgrade, similar to how the PS4 Pro was considered a "half step" over the PS4.

According to Pachter, “My expectation that is that it’s not coming out in 2018. That [it will be] 2019 or 2020 but probably 2019. Sony is probably timing it better because they are going to bring out a 4K-capable device when the 4K TV market reaches 50% in the USA and 35% in the rest of the world. I think Sony has probably got the next console cycle nailed down already. I think they already know what they got to do.”