Apparently some of the Toyota executives have been hinting that there could be 2 new GR models coming. One in the form of a GR sedan and one that could be electrified in some way.
Toyota isn't ruling out adding a sedan to its GR performance vehicle lineup. An electrified model is possible, too.
Toyota Motor North America Executive Vice President of Sales Bob Carter told Motor Trend to "stay tuned" when asked about the GR sedan. He didn't offer any additional details to provide any hints about the model.
The brand only offers four sedans in the US, so there aren't so many options for the GR model. The Corolla hatchback already has a sporty version, so expanding the offering to a four-door might make sense (rendering above). The Camry and Avalon already are available as mildly performance-focused TRD models, but a GR variant could add even more speed to them. Since it's only available in California, a hotter Mirai seems very unlikely because the market for the vehicle would be so small.
Toyota of America's Group Vice President Product Planning and Strategy Cooper Erickson also spoke with Motor Trend. He said the GR GT3 Concept (in the gallery below) is now entering development.
Erickson also talked about the GR brand's future. "Electrification coming to GR is something we're talking about. In the long term, what is the best way to deliver what GR is and what does electrification have to do with that," he said. Erickson noted it would be years rather than months before the arrival of these models.