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2020 Toyota Supra Leaks for the First Time

2020 Toyota Supra Leaks for the First Time

Just yesterday we saw a teaser of yet another Toyota Supra concept car, but now we are going to see the real thing. The first uncensored shot of the 2020 Supra has leaked out.

The photo comes by way of the SupraMKV forum. The head-on shot showcases a 2020 Supra that is very clearly inspired by the Toyota FT-1 concept, which was rumored to be the basis for the next Supra design. Likewise, the new Supra is clearly a spiritual successor to the last time Supra’s were found on Toyota lots.

While the production car features many design traits from the FT-1, some of the concept’s more daring features are not found on the Supra. For example, the transparent panel on the hood scoop of the FT-1 is unsurprisingly not on the production car.

The 2020 Supra will be produced by BMW and share the upcoming BMW Z4’s bones. This means BMW’s turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder and 3.0-liter inline-six will rest under the hood when it launches next summer.

Toyota will reveal the 2020 Supra at the Detroit Auto Show in mid-January. Suffice to say, we’re eager to see more of it.





 

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  1. arutherford
    Once you see the grill similarities, you won't be able to forget it:

    Tone
    Looks nice, but don't know how I feel about a halo vehicle that wasn't really engineered by Toyota. Sure, it was styled by Toyota and their product planners were clearly deeply involved. But, if it drives well, that's more of a reflection on the quality of the BMW oily bits.

    The whole point of halos is to really tell your brand story and I'm not sure this Supra does that for Toyota no matter how good it is. The old Supra with the indestructible straight six really demonstrated the Toyota values of durability and value and added performance. Not sure what this says.
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