Although Toyota denies it (we totally understand the need for manufacturers to keep secret projects completely hush-hush), rumors are floating around the industry on plans for a ’14 Supra MK5 release. We’re not sure if this is going to be a concept version or more, but we’re excited at the possibility of one of Japan’s legends coming back to us. Toyota will also be releasing the Scion FR-S—hopefully in the next year. The FR-S and the new Supra would tie the gap between the FR-S and the LFA, giving Toyota three rear-wheel-drive cars in its lineup. In the meantime check out the renderings that Bullfinch Visuals mocked up on their site.