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News Toyota Supra Leaked Again Ahead Of Detroit Auto Show

Toyota Supra Leaked Again Ahead Of Detroit Auto Show

The 2020 Toyota Supra leaked once again in full this week, this time courtesy of a video on Toyota Mexico’s Twitter account.

Of course the video was taken down, but not before a few people such as CarAdvice‘s Mark Trueno saved it and republished it. Once again the new Toyota Supra was leaked and we’re starting to wonder if this wasn’t all planned by Toyota from the start.

There have been multiple leaks of the Supra in the last few weeks including one from Toyota Germany and now Toyota Mexico. Rarely have we seen so many instances of leaked images heading up to an unveiling. We’ll normally see one or two images, and that’s it.

In any case, here is the video in question of the 2020 Toyota Supra leaked on Toyota Mexico’s Twitter. It looks a lot like the intro to the Supra’s unveiling in Detroit.

Someone goofed.. Toyota accidentally released the 2020 Supra video 4 days before unveiling at the motorshow! :O

Posted by Mark Trueno on Thursday, January 10, 2019

 

If these leaks are part of an intricate strategy by Toyota to hype the car up before its official unveiling next week at the Detroit Auto Show, it’s certainly working.

A Few Other Toyota Supra Leaked Images

2020 Toyota Supra front full
Toyota Supra Leaked Image

2020 Toyota Supra Leaked Full Rear
2020 Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra Rear Image Leaked
2020 Toyota Supra

2020 Toyota Supra Leaked Image
2020 Toyota Supra Leaked | Photo: SupraMKV

Every outlet including ours has jumped at every Toyota Supra leaked story and published every single one of them. That means that the new Supra has gotten continuous coverage over the last month or so, and one of the most anticipated new vehicles of 2019 is constantly in the news.

It’s would certainly be a great marketing strategy on the part of Toyota. That said, it does take away a bit of the excitement in regards to the new Supra. We’ll be with Toyota next week in Detroit and we’ll try and find out if this was perhaps all planned from the start. If it is, they won’t tell us but hey, we can ask.

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