The Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept Steps Out at the Geneva Motor Show



We haven’t seen a production-model Supra coupe since the last generation bowed out way back in 2002--and while the race-spec two-door hardtop that shone at Geneva wasn't quite production-ready, it was close enough to rile the industry up into a frenzy.

The new Toyota Supra is a thrilling and groundbreaking collaboration between Toyota and BMW (yes, that BMW), combining Toyota racing heritage with select components from BMW platform and powertrains.

Since this specific model is built for the track, we can assume that a production-line coupe will be slightly more toned-down, and more luxurious inside. However, we'd love to see some of these details stick around, like the massive rear wheel arches and the rear wing spoiler.


What to Know About the All-New 2019 Toyota Supra

  • It's a compact, two-door hard top sports car
  • It has a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configuration
  • Autoweek reports that, from Japan's Best Car magazine, the new Supra is expected to come standard with a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine based on BMW engineering, paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission
  • From the same report, the new Supra is also expected to offer 335 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque, with a 0 - 60 sprint time of just 3.8 seconds
  • Toyota pulled a fast one, and debuted a race-spec GR Supra concept car
  • We haven't yet seen a confirmed production model

Toyota Supra Release Date and Pre-Order Info

We won't have an official release date for the all-new 2019 Toyota Supra until the brand confirms one, but sources are saying that shoppers will be able to start pre-ordering models in early 2019--mid-winter or spring.

We'll be sure to share when we learn more.


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