The 2020 Toyota Supra has once again been leaked ahead of its Detroit Auto Show debut.
Toyota’s incoming reborn sports car has been leaked so many times already that there’s really very little that can surprise us. The truly astounding thing is the scale and magnitude of the leaks just ahead of its debut at the North American International Auto Show.
To start, Toyota Mexico tweeted out a video at the end of last week that showed the Supra in all of its glory. The tweet seems to have been made by mistake since it was taken down moments after being made, but by then the damage had been done. Video rippers over on SupraMKV.com have long been waiting for this kind of leak, and within moments they’d already grabbed the video and posted it to their YouTube channel.
There’s not much other than the car to see here. After a brief introduction from Toyota President Akio Toyoda, we get to see the Supra hooning around in an empty parking lot.
But that’s not all SupraMKV got their greedy little paws on. An anonymous source also leaked the Supra’s pricing.
It’ll be more affordable than its sister car, the BMW Z4, but not by much. A base-level 3.0-L turbocharged 6-cylinder engine will go for $49,990, while a premium version will go for $53,990. A special “launch edition” trim will sell for $55,250, which is essentially the same as the premium trim but comes with a few aesthetic touches and is specifically for those who pre-ordered the car.
That’s pretty pricey, but keep in mind a less powerful 2.0-L turbocharged 4-cylinder version will also be available. We haven’t received the pricing on the base Supra yet, so hope is still not yet lost for an affordable sports coupe.
Another anonymous source also spilled a bunch of official photos everywhere, which give us the highest resolution view of the Supra yet.
Toyota takes the cover off the Supra on Monday at the Detroit Auto Show.