2019 is just around the corner, but it looks like there are more surprises to be seen before 2018 ends.

A few weeks ago, a leaked photo of what appeared to be the all-new Toyota Supra made its way on the web. Looking at its front fascia, the fifth-generation Supra (dubbed the A90) remains faithful to the original concept's design.

However, we have yet to fully see what the A90 Supra looks like from behind...until now.

Before its official unveiling at the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), another leaked image of what could be the next-gen Toyota Supra has made its way onto the internet. Posted once more on SupraMkV.com, the photo reveals the stylish rear end of the A90 Supra.

Without any camo livery hiding its lines, the new Supra features an integrated trunk spoiler along with two exhaust pipes exiting out of the rear diffuser. It also comes with the signature 'Supra' badging' (derived from the MkIV Supra) and distinct L-shaped LED taillights.

Compared side-by-side against the FT-1 concept (from which the new Supra based its looks), Toyota essentially took the sharp styling of the FT-1 and slightly toned it down for the production model.

As mentioned before, the new Supra will be available with two turbocharged engines sourced from BMW. There's the 2.0-liter inline-four that puts out 265 PS and the bigger 3.0-liter inline-six that generates 340 PS. Both engines will be connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission, with a manual gearbox rumored to be available soon after its initial launch.

Toyota will officially unveil the A90 Supra in Detroit, Michigan come January 2019.