Toyota Supra 2018/2019 spied with double-bubble on the roof

Mar 22, 2018 | Same topic: Car sneak peeks - Check it out!
The Toyota Supra 2018/2019 looks fantastic even under a heavy camouflage.

In the previous article, we have revealed a bit information about the Toyota Supra 2018/2019, particularly comparing it with the BMW Z4 which is also inspired from the Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept introduced at 2018 Geneva Motor Show. This time, good news comes to car enthusiasts as spy shots of the upcoming Supra has surfaced again. Rumors believe that the eagerly-anticipated vehicle will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show 2019.

Spied Toyota Supra 2018/2019 front view

Rumors believe that the Supra will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show 2019​

Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept

Although the car seen were wearing a heavy camouflage, we can still spot some outstanding clues such as a variety of curves on its body, along with quarter-panel arches on the rear wheels and double-bubble on the roof.

Frankly speaking, many car lovers have the same opinion that the Toyota Supra 2018/2019 is actually a BMW Z4 wearing a Toyota emblem. That said, the Supra is expected to showcase an excellent performance and evoke something like a BMW’s driving sense yet in a Toyota car.

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Spied Toyota Supra 2018/2019 side view

The car comes adorned with a variety of curves on its body, along with quarter-panel arches on the rear wheels and double-bubble on the roof

In fact, BMW and Toyota have claimed that although the two cars were built with common DNA, they will get distinctive refinement and characteristics. Another point supporting for this sense is that the curves were seen on the spied Supra is completely different from that on the spied Z4. If both vehicles come with their distinctive driving experience, that would make the Supra's regeneration sweeter.

Spied Toyota Supra 2018/2019 angular rear

The curves were seen on the spied Toyota Supra 2018/2019 is completely different from that on the spied Z4

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