2019 Toyota Supra Modeled Inside And Out From Leaked Parts Diagrams

A few days ago we brought you a set of leaked diagrams showing various parts of the upcoming Toyota Supra MKV.

The sketches that surfaced on the SupraMKV forum gave fans the most accurate look yet at the sports car’s design inside and out. Well, now there’s something even better for Supra enthusiasts. As it turns out, someone with artistic flair put the leaked parts diagrams together and modeled the Supra’s exterior and interior.

The result is impressive and it’s likely the most exact depiction so far of the production sports car that’s set to debut at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show.

Posted on the aforementioned forum by a user called EC15, the renderings offer a complete look at the 2019 Supra’s exterior and dashboard.

The fact that the Supra renderings have been put together using official parts diagrams makes the CGIs look very authentic. However, as some of the forum readers pointed out, the car’s proportions seem a bit unnatural.

For example, looking at the car in real life at the same angle as the rendering, the front wheel should appear slightly bigger than the rear wheel because the former is closer to the viewer. Yet, the image somehow gives the unnatural illusion that the rear wheel is bigger.

Anyway, the production Supra A90 will look just like we expect it to — like a toned-down version of the Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept unveiled earlier this year.

Interestingly, putting the parts diagrams together resulted in an accurate portrayal of the Supra’s cabin as well. It appears that Toyota is adopting a more minimalist approach for the Supra’s dashboard compared to the BMW Z4. However, there’s one thing missing from the rendering and that’s the infotainment system’s central display.

Unless Toyota decides not to offer one (we seriously doubt that), it will likely adopt a “floating” design and land on top of the central air vents, covering the seemingly unfinished area above them.

Special thanks to Matt for the tip!

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  • Prof Jag Cat

    Speaking of leaks…. my interest has officially drained on this model.

    • javier

      right if it was really quick like under 4 seconds all could be forgiven, for 75k bucks it should have something beyond good handling and mid 4 acceleration time

      • Mike anonymous

        Not just on performance, but take a look at that interior. Maybe the materials will be nice (and I will withhold judgement until I see it in photos or in person), but it really does not seem like a “Supra” successor, a GT (as the original Supra was (not a small “sports coupe”)), or an interior worth $20k more than a BMW 5-Series.

        At least in my own opinion.

    • raikkonen

      OMG I could not agree more…this damn car’s reveal has been dragging on for what seems like an eternity.

  • Knotmyrealname

    Yeegads, hideous.
    I guess Toyota said they weren’t doing ‘boring’ anymore, and vomiting isn’t exactly boring I guess.

    • Jureck

      Don’t judge a car by CAD data in isometric view. Most cars look ugly in that view

      • Knotmyrealname

        It’s not the CAD view. You can see it’s busy and disproportionate.

        • Jureck

          That’s exactly what isometric view does. It does mess up the proportions.

          • Knotmyrealname

            I’m very aware of that. It’s OK, I can tell it’s a train wreck. Isometric or not.

  • Bob

    I’d hit that.

    • ..from (the back?)

      • Bob

        Absolutly. 😉

      • Larry Qualls


  • LJ

    Looks like an uglier Toyota 86 with an interior from 1993.

  • Liam Paul

    man that dashboard looks like a dash from a 1991 chevy cavalier lol, Good job Toyota https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7601913caf32273aa388cb9760511ec0802e7dae71a19baf98224e93ee45bbb7.jpg

  • dumblikeyou2

    BMW’s idea of a Japanese interior

  • Blade t

    The BMW z4 fake supra….

  • iea96

    What hasn’t leaked?

  • KidRed

    lol, what’s with the dual rear quarter panel leading to the bumper? Wow, this car just has all kinds of odd lines and shapes that don’t flow.

  • Honda NSX-R

    Mmmm sexy

  • Matteo Tommasi

    It has a mazda or audi vibe inside

  • Galaxium

    Front end is so sloppy. I really cannot understand how people like the blunt nose on the front fascia.

    • Mike anonymous

      It was designed to mimic the design of an F1 Race-car (Shown in the images below) The original Designers built the FT-1 Concept to be a true (long and wide) GT (Grand Touring) sports vehicle.

      BUT since (basically) handing off the development of the Supra to BMW, (all BMW did was make “cut outs” and “re-fits” to take the (GT) FT-1 Concept and just slap it onto their Z4 Chassis, Hence why it looks so sloppy. It’s sloppy because it’s not how those who were passionate about designing this vehicle intended it to be.


  • Mike anonymous

    Hey everyone, just thought I would pose the questions; “Why did Toyota NOT use the underpinning of the Lexus LC (which is a long and wide GT) opposed to the much smaller BMW Z4 sports coupe?

    Because the Supra is a grand touring vehicle (with a sporty edge) to it. I’m not entirely sure as to why they didn’t use the underpinnings of a great vehicle “their company” technically already makes, instead of sending off development of their most famous marques to another company.


    I will note the the LC underpinnings would have fit the FT-1 Concept shown below much better (as shown below) in comparison to the small Z4 coupes chassis.


    • Honda NSX-R

      Because it would be too heavy

      • Mike anonymous

        too heavy for what? it may be too heavy for the current power figures, but I’m sure that if Toyota handled the production (and used the LC underpinnings (not the body, because they can always make that lighter)), it would have better performance and power output numbers.

        The number we are getting now are based on what the BMW chassis can handle and what BMW has developed.

        • Honda NSX-R

          What kind of numbers? The “0-60 in less than 5 seconds”?

          • Mike anonymous

            I think you may have read (or taken) what I said the wrong way as I meant “better” than the LC. But again if Toyota developed the vehicle on their own, I am sure they could make it happen, I have faith that Toyota had, and has the ability to do so.

            Let’s not forget that Toyota is the same company behind not only the LC, but also the LFA.

            I’m not saying it’s bad they turned development over to BMW and began to use the BMW chassis, no. My point is (as someone who has faith in what Toyota can do, is) that Toyota has the ability to truly do it better.

          • Honda NSX-R

            Oh, I strongly agree that Toyota has plenty of potential of building an even better Supra without getting help from anyone else. Only reason they’re partnering up with BMW is because the two companies can help save expenses in funding R&D towards factors like efficiency, safety, etc. It’s kind of unfortunate that Toyota now cares less about sports cars, and spends less effort in manufacturing them by contacting other manufacturers to trade costs and tech. But hey, at least we’re getting cool cars with a Toyota badge. And this “Zupra” might just be cheaper than a pure-Toyota developed Supra, maybe a whole lot lighter too.

            Toyota engineers actually never wanted a heavy luxury car platform for the MK4 Supra, but the fat cats back then wanted the engineers to use what they had, the Lexus SC/Toyota Soarer. But the end result wasn’t too shabby though, the engineers did a pretty good job with it. Now that the LC500 is a 4300 lb car, and Toyota is less daring to build sports cars, it kind of goes back to that time when engineers didn’t want to use a heavy Lexus coupe platform since it’d be to heavy, only this time the engineers would win, but they would have to use a BMW Z4 platform. The Z4 would weigh much less than the LC500.

            So yeah that’s pretty much why we have a BMW developed Supra, but I definitely think it’d be cool to see how the Supra would’ve become had Toyota decided to use their own resources instead. Toyota has a lot of potential for sure.

  • Mr. EP9

    Still waiting for the Detroit Auto show so they can finally get this thing out the door. The sooner it’s out the better so we can forget about it. I’m so over this thing.

    • ksegg

      Right up there with you.

    • D3X

      It’ll be in the Detroit AutoShow 2025 as another prototype concept. Perhap’s they’ll leak the instruction manuals on how to drive the car in 2 weeks.

      When they release the car, they will show the FT-1 concept drawings and photos on the cover image for extra hype.

  • Honda NSX-R

    People are spoiled nowadays

  • SpongeBob99Swell

    Hey… that actually looks significantly better than I expected! (exterior-wise)

  • Mike anonymous

    I think most people are scoffed because it’s not the vehicle they originally promised. After 15+ years of waiting, and getting what it is we are (, although this is not a shabby vehicle what-so-ever from what we’ve seen), I am not surprised people would be a bit unhappy, simply considering they had been expecting more.

    I don’t hate this new vehicle, but I (along with many others) know just how much potential this vehicle could have had (also considering the $75k base model starting price).

  • Bo Hanan

    Love the 3-Series side view mirrors… Really Toyota?

  • Dave

    Looks Fugly, inside and out…..disappointing…

  • ksegg

    I think in general, as a manufacturer, if you’re going to promise us gold, don’t give people scrap metal instead.

    Expectations were set way too high in the beginning, and as this new “Supra” continues to be developed, people are becoming less and less enthusiastic about it, a lot in part due to Japan’s new protocol of dragging their feet for every performance car they release.

    It gets old man.

  • ksegg

    That interior is LOL.

    I wasn’t expecting much at all, but they didn’t even keep the Mk. IV’s driver-oriented cockpit?

    How much further can this car get any worse???

    IMO, this is at best a CELICA successor, not a true SUPRA successor.

  • Rkitekt

    I feel this interior is a massive let down to the driver focused original https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6df46505a77cfb38ce93209c34a0fd9c6cb7ae83a3599250e6ed31e43fa12c8e.jpg

    • ksegg

      After all this time, Mk.IV interior still looks amazing.

  • Larry Qualls

    Now they are just F’ing with us…

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