Toyota’s Lexus F Sport and Honda Accord Sport will both go on sale in 2021.
According to sources, Toyota will sell up to 50,000 of the Accord Sport, which will come with a range of three-door, six-door and hatchback models.
The Lexus is expected to sell between 35,000 and 45,000.
The Lexus will also be sold in the US as a two-door compact hatchback.
The Accord Sport is expected in the United Kingdom, and will be available as a sporty four-door sedan.
Toyota has said that the Lexus f Sport will be the top of the line sport sedan.
The Toyota Lexus Sport will have a 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 155mph (249km/hr).
Honda’s Accord Sport has a 0 to 60mph (in 3.5 seconds) in 5.4 seconds and top speeds of 200mph (325km/hour).
The Toyota Accord Sport starts at $50,000 for the base model, $65,000 with the top-of-the-line Sport model and $85,000 or more for the Sport +.
Both the Lexuses will be priced between $80,000 to $95,000 depending on the trim level.
HTC has said it will be offering a full range of affordable models for 2021.
It has said the Accord will be sold as a sports sedan with a three-seat configuration.
The 2017 Lexus lineup, which includes the Accord, F and F Hybrid, is expected for release in 2021, and Toyota will start selling the new models by 2021.
The Lexuses F and Accord are expected to be the first sports cars from the Japanese automaker.
The Japanese company said in March that the Accord would be a “big step forward” in terms of performance, but that the F would be its “first step forward in the luxury segment.”
The Accord will also come with two optional technologies, Active Autopilot and Lane Departure Warning, that are expected for 2021 models.