I just realized that we all need to stop talking about the possibility of a hybrid. They'll see it as buzz and it will just make them want to do it more.
In addition to new sheetmetal, the refresh will bring about a more powerful version of the car that will utilize either a turbocharger, a supercharger or a potent hybrid drivetrain to squeeze every last pony out of the flat-four.
sounds nice, but let's hope they remember this is a sports car and go with a turbo or supercharger. It sounds like Toyota is all about superchargers, but those can be rough in the MPG department, so.. we're screwed, hybrid.
I'd prefer strung out N/A but that doesn't play nicely with MPGs either.