Good, brief article worth a look. http://www.automobilemag.com/featur...s-cars-nissan-gt-r-lexus-sc-and-toyota-supra/ Everything they have to say seems pretty reasonable, although I think 2016 as a 2017 model for the Supra seems a little optimistic. I agree we won't be seeing anything new from Nissan for some time, given that they continue to roll out updated models of the GT-R. That 2020 concept might end up being an accurate prediction of the model year for a new car. It seems like the Lexus is the dark horse which might actually hit showrooms this time next year. I'm looking forward to it.