If you notice the way toyota markets itself, it's in phases. They had the whole Performance phase in a while back. And ahead of every other japanese automaker too. If you notice, the Supra used to be some really really hot shit. Nothing could touch it. The Celica wasn't the main player, but it sat on the sidelines. After they got done with selling off "a lot" of Performance, thye shifted towards their camrys, corollas. Those were better built and they jumped ahead of the market there too. Then came their next phase of sellingminivans when that was a hot item. Now, they're way ahead of everyone in the hybrid department, which will slowly catch on. Like all toyota fans, I hope that they do have some secrett plans to unveil some more Performance vehicles. For now, our Celicas will just have to get their shit rocked.