If there is a car that is consisted of on nearly every list of “greatest enthusiasts car” it’s the Toyota Supra. The little two-door cars was originally bolted together as a reaction to the Z cars coming from competitor Datsun, but it ultimately became a special device with a cult-like following. Now after years of report, speculation and dreaming, it appears like the new Toyota Supra is all however official. With Toyota having actually launched the FT-1 concept in 2014 and with stylish models found on the roadway considering that 2016, it appears the next-generation Supra isn’t really far from becoming truth. With more details and rumors coming out on a regular basis about the next-gen Toyota Supra, it was only a matter of time before the first models struck the streets. This finally taken place in September 2016, essentially giving verification that the brand-new Supra will get here in car dealerships pretty quickly.
2019 Toyota Supra Design
The 2019 Toyota Supra features a relatively small footprint. It’s plainly smaller than 2014’s FT-1 concept car, which previewed the design. Aspects borrowed from the principle include the protruding nose, double-bubble roof, jet fighter-style glasshouse, muscular rear fenders, and ducktail trunk lid. We do not anticipate the production car to be as racy as the FT-1 on the inside. Toyota needs to focus on benefit and high-end in order to make it possible for the Supra to take on the likes of the Acura NSX and provide leather upholstery, contrast stitching, and aluminum trim, at least on the more expensive models. These will probably be integrated with sports seats and pedals, a bespoke instrument cluster with a performance-specific display, and Toyota’s newest technology and safety features.
2019 Toyota Supra Engine
The 2019 Toyota Supra is expected to be used with more than one powertrain option, with the range-topper rumored to be a hybrid powertrain combining a twin-turbocharged V-6 with an electric motor or 2. The V-6 would power the rear wheels while the electric motors power the front pair, creating a “through-the-road” hybrid setup. Toyota previewed a similar setup in 2013 with its Hybrid-R idea.
2019 Toyota Supra Release Date and Price
We’ve heard it will be priced higher than a Corvette, which starts in the mid-$50k bracket and quickly rises from there. The 2019 Toyota Supra isn’t expected on the market in 2018, which indicates we’ll likely see it arrive as a 2019 model.