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We get a peak at the Supra's gauges

Although we've seen most of the production Toyota Supra, albeit in race car form, we still haven't seen the final interior. And most of the time, the prototype test drivers keep the interior well-covered. This new batch of spy shots help give us a more complete picture of the interior, giving us a look at the instrument panel.


Toyota once again attempts to build a fun car.

"As we started, we made sure to listen to the Supra fan base in the U.S."


Look for a low center-of-gravity and a 50:50 weight distribution.

The car will share much with the new BMW Z4.


A Bimmerpost user claims the coming Toyota Supra will be a Toyota in name and design only, using BMW interior parts, trim materials, and colors.

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It sort of looks like a baby 8 Series.

It also looks like the concept Z4, of course.

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Could be due to emissions regulations, but one would be 385 hp, the other 335.


Photos from the reveal during Monterey Car Week preview the next-generation Z4 currently being tested.

The production car will share a platform with the Toyota Supra.

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Spy shots show off seemingly retro look.

The camo curtain is pulled back a bit more.

Toyota Supra interior spied and it's looking mighty packed with BMW part. The Toyota badge hiding in the center of the steering wheel suggest that the vehicle in the photos is a production version. We expect more news around the Supra and BMW Z4 this fall.

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Bimmer's Supra-sized roadster is spied again.

The 2019 BMW Z5 is spied again. Here's the latest details.


The latest reports from Austria indicate that the joint BMW/Toyota sports car program will be produced by Magna Steyr and launch in 2018.

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