Toyota has been working on the model since 2015, but has now begun to move development further forward with the fastback coupé set to arrive in 2018.
The next-generation ‘Supra’ will come as the long-awaited successor to the Japanese manufacturers emblematic coupé, which was discontinued in 2002.
The new sports car is expected to be considerably more expensive than the popular ‘GT86’, reflecting what is likely to include a more complex powertrain and high-tech construction.
The Toyota ‘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.
The toyota Supra was one of the most iconic japanese sports cars ever built.