Published: Sun, December 16, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

New Generation Toyota Supra Front Fascia Leaked Online

New Generation Toyota Supra Front Fascia Leaked Online

It is reminiscence of FT-1 Concept which was previewed five years ago.

Toyota is preparing the Supra as a replacement for the LC500 and it could join the grid in 2020, when Super GT officially adopts the Class One regulations that have been devised in cooperation with the DTM. We've been hearing about this auto for years now, and the heightened sense of anticipation has existed ever since Toyota showed the FT-1 concept almost five years ago. It gets a large front splitter with triple-vent air dam, a pointed nose with the T-badge and LED headlamps with integrated DRL-stripes.

New Toyota Supra will be built on the platform of BMW Z4 the current, sixth generation. Most of you might already know that BMW and Toyota joined forces to make the new Supra/Z4.

Drive will be sent to the rear wheels through an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission; there's also talk of Toyota developing their own manual gearbox to provide a more enthusiast-oriented experience. The Supra should solve that grievance with a turbocharged, 3.0-liter inline-six that's expected to produce north of 350 horsepower.

Toyota Supra Prototype
Enlarge Image The new Supra ain't that big as you can see in comparison with the Toyota 86. Tim Stevens Roadshow

The first Toyota Supra, which will carry VIN number 20201, will have a matte grey exterior paint finish, contrasted by the red side mirror caps and matte black wheels.

All of the proceeds of the sale will be shared by the American Heart Association (AHA) as well as the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which helps build and fund innovative programs for post 9/11 veterans.

The first 2020 Toyota Supra to roll off the production line will be sold to the highest bidder at Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale, Arizona auction on January 19th, 2019, about a week after its long-awaited global reveal.

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