Toyota is rumoured to be preparing the final iteration of its new-age Supra sports car concept for October’s Tokyo Motor Show before the production model’s debut in 2018.
According to Japanese publication, Best Car, the latest concept will be the last evolution of the FT-1 Concept which was presented in early 2014 and provides the strongest styling direction yet for the new Supra.
Highly camouflage prototypes of the new-age Supra have already been caught out in the open recently, showing a sleek-looking two-door coupe that is far sportier looking than the Toyota 86.
The new model is being co-developed with BMW where it will be wearing the Z5 badge. Powertrain are speculated to consist of three options, kicking off with a 188kW 2.0-litre turbocharged in-line four and a 250kW 3.0-litre turbocharged V6. A 2.5-litre hybrid will also join the range further down the track.
Besides the new Supra, Toyota is also set to unveil a sporty GTI-branded variant of the Corolla hatch which is expected to get a 184kW 2.0-litre turbo four.