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Toyota went official last week with the all-new Supra marking the return of an iconic sports car. The new car has been polarizing in the enthusiast community with many fans of the Supra unhappy with the styling, price, and power output of the car. Despite some fans of the Supra of yore not being happy with the new car, one fan has shelled out some serious money to have the right to own the very first production 2020 Toyota Supra. The very first Supra to roll off the production line, dubbed "Global #1", was auctioned off for charity over the weekend at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction. All proceeds from the auction went to the American Heart Association and the Bob Woodruff Foundation. When... Read more...
Updated 1/14/2018 The 2020 Toyota Supra is now officially official; read all about it here. What else is left at this point? There have been more leaks of the 2020 Toyota Supra than you can shake a stick at over the past few weeks; most of them coming from within Toyota. Today, we've got even more pics along with alleged pricing for the vehicle. Starting off with pictures, we've got official front and rear 3/4 shots of the vehicle in red along with a new one in silver. Maybe our eyes are playing tricks with us, but we find the vehicle to be a bit more enticing in silver than in red. With that being said, it's still a rather busy design with all the scoops, curves and that bulbous... Read more...
Here it is: the 2020 Toyota Supra. In the second slip in as many weeks, Toyota -- or a contractor working for Toyota -- has leaked the upcoming rear wheel drive spots car. The time around Toyota Mexico posted an introductory video of the 2020 Supra to Twitter before realizing its mistake and deleting the tweet. Unfortunately for Toyota, excitement surrounding the new Supra has been so amped that enthusiasts quickly saved the video and uploaded it to YouTube (you can see it embedded below). Needless to say, there aren't in real surprises here thanks to the previous leak that showed the vehicle from the front 3/4 and rear 3/4 views. However, we do get some great head-on shots, a nice looks... Read more...
After the years of teasing, spy shots, and camouflaged prototypes blasting through Europe, did Toyota actually slip up just weeks ahead of the 2020 Supra's official debut? That appears to be the case, thanks to a goof on Toyota Germany's website. The website allows you to get on the waitlist for the 2020 Supra, and states the following (translated from German): We are sorry, all Supra have already been reserved.  Thank you for your interest in reserving a Supra. Due to the high demand unfortunately all vehicles are already reserved at the moment.  Register now on the waiting list so that we can let you know when there are some vehicles available again. We only need your name and... Read more...
At this point, we just wish that Toyota would go ahead and reveal the new Supra (MKV) instead of waiting for the official Detroit Auto Show announcement. The nameplate has been on hiatus in the United States since the late 1990s and Toyota has been teasing its return (and dragging us along for the ride) for the past five years. Most recently, we've seen the vehicle strutting around in plain sight covered in digital camouflage meant to mask its true shape. However, we're getting a nice good look at the car's butt courtesy of a photo leak. In the picture above, you can see a rather large integrated spoiler (first seen on the Toyota FT-1 concept car), a massive rear diffuser and dual exhausts. Also... Read more...
Toyota has finally unveiled the new Supra at the Geneva Auto Show and the car looks absolutely fantastic. The official name of the car is the GR Supra Racing Concept, and it revives the most celebrated model in Toyota's sports car heritage. The automaker also says that the concept "demonstrates Toyota's commitment" to bringing the Supra back to the market and that it "shows the future potential for a car that can deliver high performance both on road and track." Looking at the Supra concept, you can certainly see the heritage of the previous models in its lines. The last time a Supra was in production was 16 years ago (in Japan). Despite being out of production for nearly two decades, the Supra... Read more...
Hot on the heels of the Concept 8 Series that was unveiled at the Concorzo d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Lake Como, Italy, BMW has pulled the wraps off the successor to the long-in-the-tooth E89 generation Z4 convertible (first introduced way back in 2009). BMW’s Concept Z4 adopts a similar design language to the aforementioned Concept 8 Series, but in a more lithe package. For better or worse, the Concept Z4 shows no real stylistic links with the current vehicle, save for its two-door convertible layout.  Even the super-long hood proportions of the last two generations of Z4 have been pared down somewhat. The front of the Concept Z4 is dominated by low and wide twin nostrils (a BMW signature)... Read more...