Filed under: Coupe , Performance , Tokyo Motor Show , Lexus , Toyota , Rumormill Toyota was once an automaker known for its two-door sportscars and coupes. There was the Celica . There was the Supra . There was the Lexus SC . But while those have all long since departed, the Japanese auto giant is clawing its way back to the territory it once owned. The Lexus LFA is one heck of a first salvo, and the FT-86 is around the corner. There’s a world of space between those models, though, and according to the latest reports, Toyota is planning to fill that space, too. Rumor has it that, while not officially sanctioned, a team of engineers is working on a rear-drive successor to the Supra , though where the project stands and what future it may have remain big question marks. A second front-drive luxury hybrid coupe is also tipped to be in the works from Lexus , adopting much of its underpinnings from the CT200h . Before those arrive, though, we look upwards to the LFA.