According to Tada, the two new products will book-end the 86 at both the lower and higher priced segments.
“The first is more mass-market and cheaper than the 86,” Tada revealed. “And the third is more upmarket than the 86.”
Tada says that he is still “conceptualizing” the cars, which is considered the start of a five year process. The only detail that can be confirmed is that the larger car apparently won’t be a hybrid.