The New Toyota Supra 2018 offers outstanding style and technology both inside and out. See interior & exterior photos. New Toyota Supra 2018 New features complemented by a lower starting price and streamlined packages. The mid-size New Toyota Supra 2018 offers a complete lineup with a wide variety of finishes and features, two conventional engines.
Looking at the front end it easily noticeable that the car will, on our personal pleasure, draw a lot of design cues from the FT-1 concept which debuted back in 2014. The part which resembles concept mentioned earlier the most is new Supra’s nose. It is the first thing that you will notice on this model, and it is a natural continuation of the hood and blends in nicely with the bumper. On the later one, you will find three large air vents. Whatever 2018 Supra hides under the bonnet, it’s going to take a lot of cooling.
The overhangs on the rear end and the short front part of the 2018 Supra give us a feeling and create the opinion that this car is a compact and sturdy coupe. These two things that we mentioned fit perfectly with the parts of the FT-1 concept that you can see on this test mule such as bulky roof and sensational lines.
Moving onto the rear end similarity between what is going to be 2018 Toyota Supra and its predecessor the FT-1 Concept continue. The tail, duck-like spoiler and a pair of horizontal taillights look just like the prototype mentioned above which Toyota showed us in 2014. Getting to the lower parts of new Supra, one will notice exhaust pipes identical to those on the Toyota GT86.
In the engine department, there are a lot of assumptions, but nothing official has been released so far. Considering that BMW and Toyota only cooperated on creating the chassis while engine and transmission will belong to each manufacturer individually. This prompted the question, whether will Supra have a petrol-electric powertrain under its hood. The model will almost certainly be positioned above the mentioned GT86, but we can’t be sure will there be a hybrid unit powering it. Rumored mills for 2018 Supra are as following. For the entry level model, you will have a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine from a B48 generation which will be offered in different outputs in the range between 191hp and 252 horsepower. From the mentioned mill Toyota will derive at least two options. The third and top tier powerplant under the Supra’s hood is going to be a straight-six cylinder B58 with 340hp and 450Nm of torque.