2017 Toyota Supra Spotted

Posted: Nov 28 2016, 11:39am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

2017 Toyota Supra Spotted
Credit: AutoCar
  • 2017 Toyota Supra Seen with production bodywork
 

It looks like Supra is getting closer to its final look

This is the first time that the upcoming 2017 Toyota Supra was spotted with all its body work in glory. Though the car was heavily camouflaged but we were able to clearly distinguish the body work and new design that has been implied on the model.

The car is due to release in 2018 and it’s the first time that it was seen up close in its almost original condition. The previous development cars that were spotted of the model had their bumpers shared with BMW Z5 development car. However this time we were able to spot a prominent looking bumper.

The bumper had three grilles in the front that surely speaks a lot about the toned down and aerodynamics of the car. It had a pair of horizontal mean looking headlines that will surely look really nice when the car will be showcased in its original form.

The overall look of the car is a toned down version of FT-1 concept. It has a coupe roofline and is different from Z5 in a way that Z5 has a soft roof top hood while this one will have a fixed and hard one. 

Both Z5 and Supra will be sharing the same platform. Supra is supposed to arrive in year 2018 after BMW will release Z5. It is also being said that Supra will share the carbon fiber architecture taste from BMW i3, i8 and 7 series. 

The 2017 Toyota Supra is actually a long awaited model which is supposed to fill the gap for coupe which was discontinued in year 2002.

Toyota Supra is supposed to take its inspiration from none other than FT-1 concept that was shown in 2014 in Detroit, according to AutoCar. It will sit above GT86 which means that t will be expensive than that of GT86, which is available in £25,495.

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