The much-anticipated 2019 Toyota Supra A90 has been spied completely uncovered in a car trailer, as the picture was posted on SupraMKV forum.
The leaked image shows the front-end of the car without any camouflage for the first time, highlighting just how faithful the showroom-ready version has remained to the FT-1 concept that was shown nearly 5 years ago.
While the central nose section is a little less pronounced, and it lacks the fans behind its oversized air intakes, the production Supra features a floating F1-style wing within the lower grille as well as vertical inlets besides the headlamps to cool the brakes and improve aerodynamics by reducing turbulence in the wheel well.
As per reports, the Supra will be powered by two BMW engines, bear in mind the new Supra is jointly developed by Toyota and BMW. The first engine is the well known B58B30 in-line 6-cylinder turbocharged unit, that will produce 335 horsepower. The second engine is BMW’s B48B20 turbocharged in-line 4-cylinder unit, that produces a more sedate 262 horsepower. Both engines will come mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox
While having made its camouflaged appearance at multiple events already, the all new Toyota Supra A90 is scheduled to be fully revealed at the 2019 Detroit motor show in January.