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News 2020 Toyota Supra Full Image Leaked by Toyota Germany

2020 Toyota Supra Full Image Leaked by Toyota Germany

It was only a matter of time before an image showing the full 2020 Toyota Supra was leaked.

Nothing is confirmed yet, but this sure appears to be the next Toyota Supra seen from both the front and rear 3/4 angles. The image comes from an e-mail sent out by Toyota Germany when you subscribe to a waiting list to purchase the production car.

It would appear that all allotted Supra models for the German market have already been sold.

This is the email received by HotHardware translated from German when signing up to the Supra’s waiting list.

We are sorry, all Supra have already been reserved.

Thank you for your interest in reserving a Supra. Due to the high demand unfortunately all vehicles are already reserved at the moment.

Register now on the waiting list so that we can let you know when there are some vehicles available again. We only need your name and e-mail address.

2020 Toyota Supra Leaked Full Rear

The images seen here fit with the leaked images we’ve seen previously of the new Toyota Supra. Set to be unveiled at the upcoming North American International Auto Show, it will be Toyota’s flagship performance model and will feature a 3.0-liter turbocharged straight-six engine shared with the BMW Z4. Power estimates place the engine at nearly 400 horsepower.

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