For a long time now, Toyota has teased the motoring public of what will eventually be the all-new Supra.
First revealed in race form as the GR Supra Racing Concept in March, then closely followed by a near-production version draped in camouflage last July, Toyota is gearing up for the much-awaited reveal of the fifth-generation Supra.
But it looks like someone has already beaten Toyota before the big reveal at the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. Ladies and gentlemen, this could be the all-new Toyota Supra before we're supposed to see it.
Posted on an online forum, if this is the fifth-generation Supra (dubbed the A90), it appears to have remained faithful to the original concept's design. Without the camo livery messing with our eyes, it's quite clear that this allegedly new Supra features a distinct front fascia that is dominated by a huge front grill and bumper.
Then there's the signature headlight design that is complemented by LED daytime running lights, along with what appear to be corner air intakes. In addition, this car appears to have kept the the long hood, short deck design made famous by its predecessors. Finally, the car looks like it comes with a double-bubble roof design, blacked-out A-pillars and side mirror caps.
While we have yet to see what the rear will officially look like, we're guessing that it won't be too far off from the concept's radical styling. However, we expect Toyota to have it toned down once it officially goes on sale soon.
As far as engine options are concerned, the new Supra will apparently have BMW-derived TwinPowerTurbo four- and six-cylinder engines. The former will supposedly produce 265 PS while the latter will generate 340 PS. An eight-speed automatic transmission will be the sole transmission option although there are rumors going around that a manual gearbox may be on offer soon.