-ready Toyota Supra inches closer to reality
Toyota’s Supra successor test mule sheds more and more camouflage
Slowly but surely, Toyota‘s revived Supra is shedding its camouflage and inching closer to production.
A new round of spy shots have recently surfaced on the web, revealing seemingly production-ready bodywork. The good news? It’s wearing a lot of design cues we first saw on the stunning FT-1 concept we first met a few years ago.
Of course, the recently spotted Supra test mules are still dipped in camo. But based on the photos, the resemblance to the FT-1 is strong; much of the car – from the front bumper openings and headlights to the rear haunches, slim tail lights and ducktail spoiler – seems very faithful to the concept’s styling.
As for the greasy bits, the Supra is expected to share its underpinnings with an upcoming BMW sports car. Both will be built in Austria and while engine options are still anyone’s guess, hybrid and six-cylinder powertrains are reportedly in the cards.
Head over to Automobile Magazine for a look at the latest Toyota Supra’s spy photos.