To make a more sophisticated Z4, BMW removed some rawness.
Though still BMW Z4-based, the Supra's interior is unique.
Toyota Supra assistant chief engineer says the teams haven't spoken with each other in four years.
Expect four-cylinder models to hit dealerships next March.
Wedgey, muscled droptop arrives 30 years after the BMW Z1.
Behind the wheel of BMW's ragtop Hail Mary effort
The weather must be getting nice in Germany, because BMW is testing Z4 prototypes at the Nürburgring with the top down. And we're not sure if it's the nice weather or something else, but BMW has also become more lax with interior camouflage. This particular prototype hardly had anything covered, allowing us to see the production-ready interior.
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.
"As we started, we made sure to listen to the Supra fan base in the U.S."
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.
It also looks like the concept Z4, of course.
Revealing the Supra one piece at a time.
The production car will share a platform with the Toyota Supra.
You look familiar, BMW. Have we met before?