There are still a lot of unknowns, though. So here, we’ve compiled what we know about the 2019 Supra—based on our conversations with folks at Toyota — plus some of the more credible rumors we’ve heard. The new Supra is a big part of Toyota trying to reassemble its cred as a sports car builder. After years of making fine, tossable cars such as the Celica Supra, AE86, and MR-2, Toyota gave up the sports car market at the turn of the new century. Aside from the stumbling final years of the A80 Supra in Japan and the MR-2 Spyder (which Toyota quit paying attention to long before it got the ax in 2007), the aughts saw Toyota without a sports car in production for the first time in most of its fans’ lives.