Toyota's GR lineup could be getting two new models in the future.

Toyota Motor North America Executive Vice President of Sales Bob Carter spoke with Motor Trend and told them to "stay tuned" when asked about a GR sedan.

Meanwhile Cooper Ericksen, group vice president of product planning and strategy at Toyota said that electrification is something they're discussing for their GR cars.

In an interview with MotorTrend, Bob Carter, executive vice president of sales at Toyota Motor Company, told us to "stay tuned" when asked about a sedan joining the GR lineup. While he didn't elaborate, there's space for it in the lineup—especially after he told us last year he didn't see SUVs under the GR sub-brand in the short term. While our mind went to Camry, the sedan could also be a four-door version of the GR Corolla, which is rumored to be in development per reports out of Japan.

Cooper Ericksen, group vice president of product planning and strategy at Toyota, said the GT3 GR Concept, which was shown at this year's Tokyo Auto Salon, is moving into development stage. While GR can also benefit from having a GT car in its lineup, sport sedans are more popular.

Toyota is also looking at electrification to help its performance brand. While Ericksen said nothing is imminent at this point, the Japanese automaker is looking at its future.

"Electrification coming to GR is something we're talking about. In the long term, what is the best way to deliver what GR is and what does electrification have to do with that," Ericksen said. "The key is fun to drive, lightweight, track performance, so if we can deliver that with an EV, we might look into that."