The company has been working on a new model since 2015, but has since begun to move development further forward, with the fastback coupé set to make its debut sometime in 2018. The Supra will likely be positioned above the GT-86/Celica in Toyota’s line-up and will be more powerful, more complex and boast newer tech.
According to Design Boom, “the Supra’s form will draw its influence from the ‘FT-1 concept’s’ design language incorporating curved, expressive body forms shaped by the wind; inlets, air ducts, and vent features help reinforce its aggressive track stance with airflow management and highly aerodynamic elements.”
Stay tuned for more updates on the Supra’s welcome return.
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