After 15 years of rumor, Supra, the iconic Sports car of Toyota Motor Corporation is set to return.
It states: “At 2018 Geneva Motor Show, a modern racing concept signals Toyota’s commitment to bring back to the market its most iconic sports car.”
Even the photo associated with the hint says less about the legend on its way from the “great beyond”, but, Motoring World editorial crew have no doubt that it’s all about the legendry Toyota Supra.
in suspense, when it entered into a collaboration with BMW, a move that, we gathered will resort in a born again Supra, coming with an extra injection of hype, a car that will likely be based on the FT-1 concept, as well as a successor to the BMW Z4.
Introduced as a trim of the Toyota Celica in 1979, the Supra came with powered by Toyota’s first engine to offer electronic fuel injection, a 110-horsepower 2.6-liter inline-six engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission.