If Toyota's all-new Celica turns your head, then what's underneath its slick, edgy sheet metal should be more than enough...
Ignore all the froufrou about the Acura NSX, pictured above, and the sleek, unpronounceable Lexus concept that were hyped up at the last auto show.
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