The upcoming Toyota Supra has once again been leaked ahead of its Detroit debut, this time revealing the full car.
Is this even surprising anymore? We’ve seen enough of the Toyota Supra in the form of various leaks and teasers that it’s probably not even worth mentioning at this point. What we really need is hard data to back up all these images we keep seeing.
But in lieu of actual information, we’ll take these latest set of leaked photographs that were sent out to lucky individuals who signed up on Toyota’s German mailing list. The Germans get all the coolest stuff, it seems.
It seems like these photos might have been sent out as a mistake as Toyota Germany quickly removed the shots from their mailer, but once a few got out the damage was already done. The photos were then posted on Supra fan site SupraMKV.com, and that was all she wrote.
The images appear to be renderings, but they also seem to be accurate ones. They confirm features already seen in other leaked images that were certainly not renderings, so what you see is basically what we’ll get come January 14th.
Note the front splitter, side sills, and itty bitty rear diffuser, with twin exhausts, 5-spoke alloy wheels, and sloping curves that just seem to scream “sporty”.
And we do expect the A90 Supra to be sporty. Power will come from a BMW-sourced B58 3.0-L turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine producing 335 hp and 332 lb-ft. An entry-level version will come equipped with a smaller 2.0-L turbo 4-cylinder with 262 hp and 295 lb-ft torque. Zero to sixty for the more powerful engine will be in the mid-4-second range, while the smaller engine will probably be around 5 seconds.
We know that the Supra will share quite a bit more than just the engine with its BMW counterpart, the Z4, but Toyota has assured everyone that the Supra will be its own, unique car despite all the BMW components. How they’ll manage that remains to be seen, but we’ll find out come January 14th at the Detroit Auto Show.