The Toyota Supra has been phased out for nearly two decades. Since its discontinuation, there has been still a void in the sports car world. Thankfully, “The Legend Returns.”
The Toyota Supra has been phased out for nearly two decades
Yes, after beholding the Toyota Supra 2018 in fan-made rendering and spy shots, now we can finally admire an official teaser image from Toyota. Apart from that, the Japanese car manufacturer has also announced its comeback at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show on March 6. Likewise, Toyota claims that this “modern racing concept” flags up the company commitment to make its most renowned sports car return.
The new Supra will premiere at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show on March 6
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In this shadow-draped teaser, the most clearly parts we can see are a very glossy roofline and a sick-looking spoiler which we did not spot in the test mule.
In this shadow-draped teaser, the most clearly parts we can see are a very glossy roofline and a sick-looking spoiler
In fact, the Toyota Supra 2018 has got fans excited for months and we’re still waiting for official specs to be announced. The Geneva International Motor Show 2018 will run from March 8 to 18. So stay tuned, our much-anticipated sports car is coming so close.
Know more about Toyota Supra 2021
<p>After years of waiting, the all-new Toyota Supra has finally arrived. Thanks to Toyota Motor Philippines, this highly anticipated sports car is brought to the Philippine market. In terms of sports cars, the Supra has long been considered as the brand's ultimate. The current generation Supra has finally been revived with German DNA into its parts. It's no wonder the overlook of the Toyota GR Supra is very impressive. The aesthetics are also geared towards tuners, modders, and enthusiasts. Its dimensions and chassis are similar to that of the Z4. However, the brand provided twists in terms of styling, design, and everything else in between. The interior of the MkV Supra is absolutely a collaborative effort but with traces of the Toyota brand. The Supra available in the Philippines comes with a 3.0L twin-scroll turbocharged in-line 6-cylinder engine. The fifth-generation Toyota GR Supra has remarkable design elements, including LED headlights with six lenses, a 19-inch forged aluminum, as well as, dual exhaust pipes. It also comes with a list of standard features, such as a heads-up display, touchscreen infotainment setup, multi-information display gauge, and a sound system composed of 12 speakers. The current generation is the 5th generation of Toyota GR Supra. In the Philippines, the prices of the supra depend on the variant color. It is available in eight colors: Matte Storm Gray, Deep Blue Metallic, Ice Gray Metallic, Silver Metallic, Lighting Yellow, Black Metallic, White Metallic, and Prominence Red.</p>