Toyota has announced the first sports car to be sold in the United States, the TMI Sport R1, with a price tag of $49,999.
The $4,999 base model is a 1.6-liter Eco x Sports model, and the top-of-the-range TMI GT model is available for $51,999, and has a 1,600-mile range.
Toyota said the R1 will start at $39,999 and the GT model will start in 2018.
Toyota says the R12243-x and TMI R12249-x models are the only two models with hybrid electric powertrains, and both are available with or without an all-wheel drive option.
Toyota did not reveal pricing, but said the base R1 and GT models will be offered with a new rear bumper.
It also said it will offer a range of options in the R24253-4, which has a base price of $38,999 in the U.S. and $41,999 internationally.
The R12252-4 and R12248-4 models are also available.
Toyota will sell the new models at select dealerships, including the Toyota Dealer Network in New York City, and in the Toyota Rental and Resale Network in Chicago, Chicago and Austin, Texas, as well as at Toyota dealerships in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The US launch of the R-series crossover will be the first in the country to use a 1Gbps LTE wireless network, Toyota said.
Toyota announced the R2, R2+, and R4 models, as it continues to roll out new technology to make the cars more fuel efficient.
Toyota has also announced a new 3D printed chassis, the R4R, which is designed to reduce the weight of its cars by up to 40%.