Toyota Supra A90

The A is back. Goodwood 2018

The legend returns

The Toyota Supra A90 prototype is set to make its world debut appearance at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018.

“The new Supra should be the flagship
sports car of the Toyota brand
and a front-runner of an era.”
Tetsuya Tada – Chief Engineer

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Born to perform



As a joint development between Toyota and BMW, the new Supra was seen from the start as a top-tier racing car in line with Supra’s motorsport-inspired pedigree. Tada-san said that the new Supra, to be launched early 2019, will inherit the tradition built by the previous Supra and incorporate modern-day, state-of-the-art technology without compromise.

Featuring a characterful in-line 6-cylinder front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout, the next Supra not only revives the legacy of its past but promises to give drivers a truly thrilling sensation.

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With a name that evokes power, performance and handling, the Supra defined a succession of world-class cars for a quarter of a century. One of Toyota’s most famous sports cars, the front engine/rear-wheel drive GT was Toyota’s most powerful production model. Today, 16 years after production ended, it still enjoys an iconic status among sports car aficionados.

The future's fun to drive



Created by TOYOTA GAZOO Racing with a purist's front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configuration, advanced lightweight construction and competition-focused interior, the two-door GR Supra Racing Concept perfectly expresses our fun to drive philosophy.

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Competition-focused concept



The GR Supra Racing Concept makes extensive use of strong but lightweight composite material for elements such as the wide front and rear bumpers, front splitter and rear diffuser, side skirts, door mirror housings and rear wing.

The cabin is entirely competition-focused and is fitted with a racing dashboard, OMP driver's seat, safety harness and quick-release steering wheel, which is mounted on a racing column and equipped with a paddle shift system.

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