It is reminiscence of FT-1 Concept which was previewed five years ago.
Are you interested in becoming one of the first buyers of the 2020 Toyota Supra?
The Supra nameplate disappeared from the Super GT grid after 2005, three years after Toyota discontinued production of the road vehicle of the same name. Most of you might already know that BMW and Toyota joined forces to make the new Supra/Z4.
The lucky buyer, the one willing to pay the most for the auto, will become the first American to get behind the wheel of a new Supra in more than 20 years. It gets a large front splitter with triple-vent air dam, a pointed nose with the T-badge and LED headlamps with integrated DRL-stripes. These were among the key details that were missed, wrapped under the camouflage of prototypes at recent events. There will also be additional features apart from those mentioned earlier that will be announced at a later date.
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The Supra, which will be offered only as a coupe, will initially come with a BMW-sourced turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six mated to a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission.
The new Supra is expected to weigh in at less than 3,300 pounds - just about 500 pounds heavier than the 86 - but if that extra weight is sitting lower, then seat-of-the-pants satisfaction should remain about as great as it has been with Toyota's (and Subaru's) current sports vehicle. Also, it will have red side mirror caps, red leather interior and matte black alloy wheels.
Inside, it will feature red leather, as well as a carbon fiber badge to indicate its status as the very first example of the production-run Japanese sports auto.