"Fake news" is, specifically, an accusation that media is reporting things it knows to be false. If you think Toyota is telling lies, what you mean is that it's fake, not fake news. But I'll reiterate what I wrote in the article: this was Tetsuya Tada's own statement. Tada is the chief engineer of Toyota Gazoo Racing - not a PR man, and not someone who works for Sony/PD (just to refer back to an earlier comment about PD "comedians"), but the guy who actually created the GR Supra. And the GT86 for that matter. As he said, his vision is to continually update the Supra, year by year, and he wants players' feedback on what's good and "not so good" about driving the car, to inform the following year's update - and he wants Kazunori Yamauchi to keep updating the car so that players get to drive the results too. The guy who made the announcement is that guy.