Sony has announced that it will combine its mobile business with its imaging and TV businesses starting from 1 April 2019. The move will see the Imaging Products & Solutions (IP&S), Home Entertainment & Sound (HE&S) and Mobile Communications (MC) businesses merge to combine one unit called Electronics Products & Solutions (EP&S).
Toyota’s TRD in-house performance division is on a roll lately pumping out one product after the other. At this week’s Chicago Auto Show alone, they presented four vehicles, but the big news for enthusiasts comes from across the Pacific, as they debuted their first stab on the new GR Supra at Japan’s 2019 Osaka Auto Messe.
A Toyota Supra TRD Concept is on its way, and we only have to wait till February 9 to see it. Officially named the Toyota GR Supra Performance Line Concept TRD (that's the last time we'll say that, too) it looks like a racy Supra with a big ol' wing hanging out the back.
All we have to go on is the sketch of the car's silhouette, which looks pretty good. The folks over at TRD generally bring more to the party than just aesthetic updates, though. We'll be intrigued to see if any significant power is added to the equation, possibly enough to bring it in line with the BMW Z4's 382 horsepower? Maybe we're dreaming. Aero, brake and suspension enhancements are most likely a given. The sketch is definitely exaggerating how low to the ground it'll ultimately stand, but we're still excited to see how Toyota chooses to modify the Supra first.
Amid the wave of SUVs and crossovers that has crashed down on the industry, several high-performance sporting SUVs have washed up and started to fill a separate growing niche. It's an idea that Lexus is contemplating, according to a new report, with a possible F-branded utility vehicle focusing on either on- or off-road specialties.
At the Rolex 24 in Daytona, Florida, Motor1 learned that incorporating a crossover or SUV into Lexus' F performance division has been under "active discussion." That doesn't necessarily mean a hotted-up utility vehicle, however. According to the report, F could translate to a different type of performance on the SUV, specifically for off-road capabilities.
THE ORAL CIGARETTES have uploaded the PV for their new song "Wagamama de Gomakasanaide" onto YouTube.
"Wagamama de Gomakasanaide" will be released digitally on January 8, and it will serve as the opening theme to anime 'revisions' starting in January. The PV scrolls through 14 different situations, and in each situation, Yamanaka Takuya (Vo, G) makes an appearance in a different outfit. The members also challenged themselves to a dance performance for the PV.
It's been revealed that Yamashita Tomohisa, Ikuta Toma, Kazama Shunsuke, and Hasegawa Jun will be the backup dancers for Tackey & Tsubasa's performance on 'Johnny's Countdown 2018-2019' to be held on December 31 at Tokyo Dome.
The four were part of an unit called 'FOUR TOPS' during their Johnny's Jr. days from 2002 to 2003. They will be reuniting for the first time in 16 years. This will also be Ikuta's first time in nine years as well as Kazama and Hasegawa's first time in 11 years appearing on 'Johnny's Countdown.'