Nissan has come up with yet another special edition of the GT-R. Crated to celebrate the brand's partnership with tennis Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka, who joined the company as an ambassador this fall, it will be available only in its home market and limited to just 50 examples.
The time has finally come for the new Toyota Supra to be revealed; the American arm of the Japanese carmaker confirmed with a press release that their new sports car will be revealed in full production form at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show on January 14.
Japanese automakers save some models (and editions thereof) for their own domestic market. Maybe even most of them. Some of those – amped-up WRXs and GT-Rs and the like – we wish we could get our hands on. But this is one we’re glad to do without.
The Texas State Fair has been transformed into a mini auto show and a number of automakers use the event to introduce new special editions. The latest is Toyota is which has unveiled the 4Runner Nightshade special edition and the new SX Packages for the Tacoma and Tundra.
The Nissan Frontier we get in the US may be growing a little long in the proverbial tooth, but its overseas counterpart is still pretty fresh. And the Japanese automaker is keeping it at the forefront with a pair of new special editions.
If you were to squint, you could be excused for mistaking a BMW SUV with a Mercedes, Audi, and vice versa. There's absolutely no way you could mistake the new UX for anything other than a Lexus, however.