When Toyota dropped its pinball machine. The spot featured a ton of sliding Supra action set to The Who, but it sure didn't make the car any prettier., we were kind of surprised. I mean, it was almost a week ahead of the Super Bowl, and it seemed like maybe the company was jumping the gun a bit. But now we know that the automaker had another trick up its sleeve, a second commercial called "Wizard," which showcased the navigating a giant
For those of you with memory problems, themade its world debut last month at the to something decidedly less-than-universal acclaim. Lots of people dislike how it looks, and they hate that it's shares a lot of BMW DNA under the skin and in its cabin, but we liked it well enough, and our editor-in-chief last year when it was still wrapped in camouflage.
The Supra will launch in the US later this year with a BMW-derived turbochargedand an eight-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission. There is a rumored coming down the pike that could serve as a replacement for the aging platform, but that hasn't been confirmed.