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Toyota Supra Makes ‘World Debut’ Yet Toyota Still Won’t Show Us The Car

The new Toyota Supra made its “world debut” on Thursday at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, once again reminding us that we still don’t know a lot about the car and that Toyota likes it that way. We haven’t even seen it, really.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Toyota Supra ‘Debut’ Is Going To Be In A Camouflaged Wrap

In the least shocking news ever, the new Toyota Supra will keep with Supra tradition with a front-mounted inline-six engine and a rear-wheel-drive layout. You know what else isn’t shocking, at all? The fact that the road-going Supra is going to “debut” later this week in a camouflage wrap.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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The New Toyota Supra And BMW Z4 Won’t Drive Like ‘Identical Twins’

The last time Toyota teamed up on production duties with another automaker, we got the GT86 and the Subaru BRZ—cars that are very good, but also nearly identical in every way. We know that the new Toyota Supra will share a platform, transmission and engine with the new BMW Z4, but apparently their driving experiences…Read […]

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Hell Yeah The New Toyota Supra Has Been Spotted With Cool Wheels After All

People are spotting new (2019?) Toyota Supra prototypes all the time now. Usually pictures of these cars are exciting, though last week we had a little scare when one was seen with some godawful Harvey Dent-faced wheels. Luckily today somebody saw one on some beautiful rollers I actually hadn’t seen before.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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A Pristine 5,700-Mile Toyota Supra Is Back Up For Auction After Its $80,500 Sale Fell Through

If you’ve been drowning out the sound of your own tears with Katy Perry’s “The One That Got Away” since one of the auto industry’s most iconic cars, a nearly perfect 1994 Toyota Supra with under 5,700 miles on it, sold to someone else last month, you’ll be happy to hear it’s available again. The […]

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The Toyota Supra Racing Concept Is On Gran Turismo Sport With 591 HP

We don’t know much about the new Toyota Supra, since the racing version of it debuted in March with a funky livery and approximately zero performance stats. Will it make 50 horsepower or 500? Who knows! But with its Gran Turismo Sport debut, we at least know that the virtual version will be powered by […]

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The 2019 Toyota Supra Will Get A Dual-Clutch Transmission: Report

If you were hoping the upcoming revival of the Toyota Supra would get a manual transmission, you are just setting yourself up for disappointment. Either way, a new interview with Tetsuya Tada, Toyota’s Global Chief of Engineering, suggests the new Supra will get a dual-clutch transmission instead.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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How Much Will This Super Clean 5,664-Mile 1994 Toyota Supra Sell For?

Clean, unmodified Toyota Supra Turbos have always commanded hefty price tags, but the market is starting to make air-cooled 911s look like Craigslist Honda Civic beaters. As I browse the website where the Jalopnik staff wastes most of its time during the workday—Bring A Trailer—I can only wonder what this…Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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Magna Steyr Could Build The New Supra And BMW Z4: Report

Magna Steyr is one of the biggest unseen car makers out there, working tirelessly in the shadowy parts of Austria to make some very noticeable cars: they’ve been building Mercedes-Benz G-Wagens since 1979, and they’ve been building BMW’s 5-series cars and the Jaguar E-Pace since last year. They’re a major automotive…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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