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2006 Mazda RX-7: If the RX-8 is the success Mazda is banking on, a two-door RX-7 may follow for 2006. On the drawing board is a shortened, lighter car boasting 280-330 hp.
2006 Nissan Skyline GT-R: The next-generation super sports car may make it to our shores --through official channels.
2006 Volkswagen Microbus: Just as the Golf's platform lends itself to the New Beetle, the Microbus will sit on a version of the Eurovan's platform. Styling for the new model is a modern interpretation of the classic 1950s/1960s Microbus. The distinctive minivan will be built at the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles factory in Hanover, Germany, in 2005. At auto shows, Volkswagen has shown a pickup truck and camper van scale models based on the Microbus concept hinting at future possibilities.
2007 BMW Z2: A roadster spun off the small and affordable 1 Series.
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2002 Celica Gts:
Injen 3rd Gen. Cai
Full TRD Kit
355hp 405tq ish dont fink so
No, the (Skyline) GT-R will still be based off the same FM platform as the G35, the only thing that's changing is that they might not call it the "Skyline GT-R" anymore, just "GT-R".
__________________ "We do not intend to withdraw from the rotary. In fact, were are now developing the next generation of that engine."
--Hisakazu Imaki, Mazda's president and chief executive, Los Angeles Times 11/11/06