2019 Toyota Supra – Prototype review


That’s a plus: With five years of development distance between the Supra and Z4, the two cars should have unique personalities, especially compared to the 86/FR-S that was, aside from some minor differences, a carbon copy of the Subaru BRZ. Watch for Toyota dealerships to make a big fuss when the first Supras roll onto their lots in the first half of 2019. Going back to that Toyota UK interview, Tada says the regulations whirling about autonomous driving and electrification are limiting Toyota’s ability to make sports cars. β€œIt’s getting much more difficult to do that,” he said. β€œI think the new Supra will be the last present from Toyota to those who enjoy hearing the pleasing sound of a pure petrol engine at high revs.”