Tuesday, October 4, 2022
News New Toyota Supra set to launch at North American International Auto Show

New Toyota Supra set to launch at North American International Auto Show

Finally, we know when we will be seeing for the first time the brand-new Toyota Supra. That will happen at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next January if we are to believe Toyota of Germany.

The news came via Toyota Deutschland’s Facebook page. Germans interested in the Supra can also put their names down on a list in order to get their hands on the first units headed to Germany.

New Toyota Supra to get 4- and 6-cylinder engines

The Supra is definitely real, but it’s reassuring to know we have an actually unveiling to look forward to. Somehow, that camouflaged car we’ve seen running around everywhere just wasn’t enough to do away with any scepticism.

We have, after all, been waiting for the production Supra ever since we saw the FT-1 Concept four years ago in Detroit.

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