Toyota shared an image from the new Supra on a share made via Twitter.
Toyota’s legendary sports car Supra will be renewed very soon. The Toyota Supra, which was first produced in 1978, was last renewed in 1992. And now the legend is back. Geneva Motor Show With the new Supra to be introduced in 2018, Toyota aims to bring the icon back to the world of modern racing.
A detail on Shared Tweet is interesting. Spoilers that have not been found in previously leaked photographs reveal Supra’s racing identity. Of course, one of the most important technical details of a sports car is that it is light enough. We also have some news about the weight of the new Supra.
THE LEGEND RETURNS
At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, a modern racing concept signals Toyota’s commitment to bring back to market its most iconic sports car. Get the full scoop on March 6th at 3:45 a.m. EST pic.twitter.com/VcDzmPc9DA
— Toyota USA (@Toyota) February 12, 2018
A user shared a few pages of the March issue of Japan’s Best Car magazine on the forum SupraMKV. According to unofficial documents, the new Supra will have a weight of 1.489 kg. This is not a bad value for a vehicle with 8-speed and all modern safety equipment, as we think the next generation of sports equipment is getting more and more excited.
The vehicle, which has a good improvement over the 1510 kg Supra Mark-IV (turbocharger 1569 kg) with safety types of equipment about 20 years ago, is exciting for its enthusiasts. The new Supra is expected to have a 335 horsepower engine. Another rumor is that Toyota gave up the name “Supra”. We must not wait until March 6, 2018 to get everything clear. Do you think Toyota will be able to recreate it with the new Supra that it created in the 70s?