Toyota is announcing it will not build a new GT-2 model in 2018, instead focusing on a smaller model dubbed the GT-5.
The Japanese automaker said it will shift production of the GT1, GT2 and GT-4 models from 2020 to 2023, and it is expected to sell around 30,000 GT-series cars annually, with the remaining models coming in 2020 and 2021.
Toyota has been looking to bring the GTs to market since the automaker began producing the Nissan 370Z in the late 1980s.
The company has previously said it is aiming to produce a new model in the 2020s.
The GT-7, GT-8 and GTs will continue to be produced at the factory, while the GT10, GT11 and GT12 will not.
Toyos GT-9, GT10 and GT11 models will be the most notable models to be discontinued, but the company will also produce a GT-X model and the GTX-10 SUV.
Toyota also announced it will begin producing the new Toyota 4Runner, which is expected in 2020.