It's taken five years to wait for a real look at the new Supra, and now the folks at SupraMkV.com have given us the first uncloaked, totally undisguised view of the 2020 Toyota Supra, easily one of the most anticipated cars we can think of. The photo was grabbed in a transporter, and the covers have been pulled back to show us one seriously hot sports coupe.
Since the FT-1 Concept was unveiled way back in January of 2014 at the Detroit Auto Show, pretty much anyone who cares about cars has waited for it to become a reality. It's been shown camouflaged on the track and at the Goodwood Hill Climb earlier this year. It was also shown in Gazoo racing form with multi-colored paint, tons of aero, including a massive rear wing.
We got to see some of the detail including the body shape, headlights, and taillights, but never in final production form, until now. The fact that it's about as slick as we thought it would be is a testament to the designers sticking fairly close to the awesome FT-1. The headlights are large and tapered, and the Formula 1-style nose from the FT-1 is still there, albeit not as pronounced.
The large air intakes appear to be functional, and the sculpted hood and twin-bubble roof are present. Though no one would peg it for a modern version of the cult-following fourth-generation Supra Turbo (last photo in black at the end of this article), it does evoke some of the same
The 2020 Supra is the car that Toyota really needs right now. WIth an infusion of better style and better driving dynamics from the new Camry, Avalon, and Corolla, it's the direction in which Toyota needs to go to build "no more boring cars." We can't wait to get behind the wheel of the new Supra.
Expect the production version of the 2020 Toyota Supra debut in the flesh at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show early next year. We expect more technical specs to emerge before then, specifically the output specs, which should put the Supra in