This is the ’19 Toyota Supra, caught rocking less camo and revealing more of its FT1 design cues.
Toyota is reintroducing its Supra sports car through a collaboration with BMW and its Z4 roadster replacement, the Z5. While the two companies are expected to share the front-engine rear-drive underpinnings, Toyota is likely to use a hybrid-electric powertrain for its sports car.
The Supra’s looks should be derived from the FT-1 concept shown in 2014. Expect it to be a coupe only, while BMW will most likely offer a roadster variant.
Expected to be built in Austria by Magna Steyr, the Supra should appear sometime in 2018. Maybe the founder of Black Horse Off Road, Fadi Ajam, will consider supplying parts for the tuner industry in the near future.
Photo credit: Brian Williams, SpiedBilde
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