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Updates revealed for potential return of the Toyota Supra

New updates for the 2019 Toyota Supra

If we have learned anything from Toyota in the last year or so, it’s that the automaker is serious about keeping its title as one of the world’s top automakers. With a veritable lead-pipe cinch on efficient, yet stunning, models like the new versions of the venerable Toyota Camry and Corolla as well as the 2017 Toyota 86 and 2018 Toyota C-HR, it’s time for the company to get back into the high-performance game. During the fall, we teased the idea that the beloved Toyota Supra was going back into production since being shelved before the turn of the century. New spy shots from Autoblog give more weight to those guesses.

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New information for the 2019 Toyota Supra

Due to copyright laws we can’t show you the photos from Autoblog. But there is a link at the end of the opening paragraph. The latest masked-up test vehicle cruising around Germany show a more refined vehicle with more elements that are likely to make it to full-scale production. According to the article written by Joel Stocksdale, the 2019 Supra features the same, or similar headlights taken from the very cutting edge FT-1 concept vehicle (pictured at the top of the page).

What did the old Supra look like?

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More from the Stocksdale article, ‘…the concept’s (FT-1) dramatic diffuser and vents have disappeared, and the exhaust outlest have been moved more conventional cutouts (in the rear bumper)…”

Earlier reports have alluded to a developmental partnership between BMW and Toyota surrounding this vehicle. The European automaker is supposedly going to call their version the Z5, an indirect successor to the Z4 roadster. Stocksdale concludes with speculation that the new 2019 Toyota Supra will be powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, marking a new first for the automaker in the United States.

Stay tuned to the Allan Nott Toyota blog for more updates for the 2019 Toyota Supra. If you’d like to see what we currently have available, contact one of our sales professionals today.