Cars Toyota teases new Supra silhouette ahead of Geneva

19:49  14 february  2018
19:49  14 february  2018 Source:   motor1

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It’s not exactly a secret, but now at least we have a date for when Toyota will tell us about the return of the Supra.

In a teaser titled “The Legend Returns” that was posted on social media, Toyota’s media website, and to email inboxes around the world, the automaker says “At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, a modern racing concept signals Toyota’s commitment to bring back to the market its most iconic sports car.”

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Toyota officially teases the reveal of the next-generation Toyota Supra , to launch at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. But given that we’ve heard nothing at all about a new Celica and that the design is highly reminiscent of the FT-1 Concept the Supra is based on—including the divet in the roof and the

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  Toyota teases new Supra silhouette ahead of Geneva

Technically there aren’t any names mentioned, so we suppose this could be a new 2000GT. As amazing as that vintage car is, however, it’s not quite as iconic in the sports car world as the much-missed Supra.

Of course, we’ve unofficially known for quite some time now that Toyota and BMW have been working on a nifty new sports car that will share its underpinnings among both brands.

The BMW version – soon to become the new Z4 – has been spotted quite frequently in prototype format, and we’ve even spied the pair testing together. We recently heard rumours that Toyota might unwrap the Supra at the Geneva motor show, and now it’s confirmed.

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Excited? Us too, but hold your horses. It should be noted that Toyota specifically said “a modern racing concept,” so we may not actually get the full scoop on the Supra after all.

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And though dimensions aren't given the tease screams "compact vehicle." Unless that's a vinyl turntable, the apparently central steering column suggests the In photos: Exotic sports car madness at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Gallery: F1 teams come to grips with a new formula for 2017.

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The silhouette teaser photo certainly evokes the A80 Supra – the last generation that bowed out in 2002 – but that larger-than-life spoiler sticking up there would be a touch radical for production. However, the teaser sure seems to match what we've been seeing in spy photos, from the double humps in the roof to the ledge on the back.

Could it be that the 2018 Geneva Motor Show will show us not a production Supra, but motorsport based concept car with "plans" for a production version? Toyota has a press conference scheduled for 6th March in Geneva, and you can bet we’ll be watching.

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