Toyota apparently has something exciting in store next month, as it’s set to announce a new sports car line in Japan that is said to be the equivalent of Lexus’ high-performance F brand, according to Automotive News.

A “new sports car series” is expected to be unveiled at an event in Tokyo, and the publication stated that it is unclear if the products from that series will be offered outside Japan, with a company spokesperson declining to offer more details about the event or products.

The Japanese automotive giant said earlier in the year that it would strengthen its lineup of tuned GRMN (Gazoo Racing Masters of Nürburgring) vehicles, which currently includes the Yaris GRMN hot hatch. This month, it restructured the development of sports cars under Toyota Gazoo Racing, its motorsports division.

The move comes ahead of the arrival of the new Supra, Toyota’s flagship sports car that is being developed alongside the BMW Z4 in a joint venture with Munich. Expected to use a range of BMW four- and six-cylinder engines, as well as a hybrid powertrain that uses capacitors from the Toyota TS030 Hybrid prototype racer, the new model is expected to make its debut next year.