Newly leaked documents show most of the upcoming 2019 Toyota Supra’s parts, which have allowed some Supra enthusiasts to create a hyper-accurate rendering of what the final car will look like.
We’re getting very tired of Toyota keeping their upcoming Supra sports car under wraps. We’ve seen the car in hypothetical renderings, and then we saw the car in dense camouflage, then we saw it wearing that black, red, and white racing camouflage courtesy of Gazoo racing. Now we want to see the actual car, but we’ll have to wait until January to get a good look at it.
Or not. The fine folks over at SupraMKV (by way of Jalopnik) have gotten their Supra-loving hands on a parts list for the car, and one member (with the screen name ec15) took it upon themselves to play real-life jigsaw and slap them all together so we could see what the final car would look like.
This must have been an extremely difficult process since there are a lot of pieces to put together before you get something even remotely resembling a car. But with everything in place, it sure does look like the Supra in a plain red paint job.
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The exterior has no real surprises left for us. What is a bit of a surprise is the interior. Most of it is pretty standard: there’s an instrument cluster, shifter, radio, A/C, cup holders, air vents, door-mounted speakers, and other stuff you’d expect to find in a modern car. Conspicuously lacking is any infotainment screen.
We certainly don’t think that the Supra will launch without any way of blasting your tunes, so maybe this part was just missing from the leak. It could be mounted on the center dash where there’s a distinct bulge, but there’s no way to tell for certain.
Also leaked were the engines, which are all turbocharged and all sourced from BMW. On the base trim is something called the B48D, which is a 2.0-L inline 4-cylinder with 262 hp. Next up is the B46D which we have no stats for, and finally, we have the B58C, a 3.0-L inline 6-cylinder with 335 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque.
At this point, there’s almost nothing left for Toyota to tell us come January. But who knows? Maybe they’re keeping something hidden still.