Here's what we've all been waiting for.
One more race car concept before the production-spec reveal
Related to the BMW Z4, it'll go on sale in the first half of 2019
Though still BMW Z4-based, the Supra's interior is unique.
And we mean a real reveal. Probably. Finally.
Engineer says 'market feedback' will determine if a manual Supra gets built.
Toyota Supra assistant chief engineer says the teams haven't spoken with each other in four years.
Toyota is hush on in-progress specifications, but the car offers plenty of fun behind the wheel.
Just listen to the new turbo inline-six
"It will be the most fun-to-drive car in its class."
Also we talk about a Civic Type R with a little wing
It has us worried about the 86.
Production interior won't stray far from the BMW Z5, by the looks of it.
It's also going up the hill at Goodwood.
The Supra replaces the Camry in this series.
Will we see it go up the hill?
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.