After years of waiting and countless reports, the new Supra will debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, as confirmed by Toyota.
The Japanese carmaker even dropped a teaser image which shows a detail from the curvy bodywork of the car, along with part of a giant fixed rear wing.
That last bit also means that Geneva’s show car will most likely not be the final production model but rather a thinly disguised “design study”, with Toyota following the same strategy with BMW and its Z4 Concept.
Unless you were living under a rock the past few years, you should know that Toyota has teamed up with BMW for the development of the new Supra and Z4 models, with the two cars sharing the same underpinnings.
Other reports talk about the new Supra being offered under the Gazoo Racing banner and not with Toyota badges in a bid to establish their new performance sub-brand. Toyota plans to offer a range of Supra models, with one version to be powered by a BMW-sourced six-cylinder unit with around 335hp.
The new Toyota Supra will allegedly be offered in as many as four different versions, so it’ll be interesting to see which one will sit on the top of the range. Let’s hope that most, if not all of our questions will be answered when Toyota pulls the wraps off the new Supra on March 6.