Toyota has announced that the GT86 sports car will receive a second generation before 2018-2019.
The 197 bhp rear-wheel-drive GT86 has created an image of a driver's car, but similar most sports models, the strong early sales of the car have subsequently declined.
Toyota might also continue its co-operation with Subaru, but as of now, there is no confirmed news about the partnership.
The key engineering feature on the GT86 is the Subaru flat-four engine, which results in a low centre of gravity for better handling.
The officials also suggested that a soft-top convertible version of the GT86 is unlikely to be produced.
"We wouldn't do it to the current model, but that doesn't mean dealers wouldn't like one, but there are so many other priorities that I don't think we've got spare capacity for that." The official added.