We have seen the camouflaged prototypes. We have seen the spy photos. But the next-generation 2019 Toyota Supra won’t be unwrapped until early 2019. Fortunately, this rendering offers the closest look yet at the production car.
Using the illustration in the leaked Toyota Supra’s parts guide, a user of the Supra MKV forum has masterfully created this realistic rendering of the highly anticipated sports car.
The rendering looks to be a highly accurate depiction of the real thing and includes such fine details as the headlight clusters, bumper intake vents and wheel design.
And if the rendered exterior isn’t enough, there’s also a highly detailed envisioning of the interior based on the parts guide’s photographic diagram. From the rendering, a full digital instrumentation is visible, along with a wide screen infotainment display in the centre console.
Known as the A90, following on from the renowned A80 Supra last sold in 2002, the new model will share a drivetrain and basic underpinnings that are closely linked to the new BMW Z4.
Toyota has confirmed that Australian Supra models will, upon launch, sport a 3.0-litre inline-six fitted with a twin-scroll turbocharger. Power and torque figures are said to be at least 220kW and 450Nm respectively, which should help it complete the 0-100km/h sprint in well under five seconds, according to Toyota.
Source: Supra MKV