Toyota Mexico Reveals the Supra Ahead of NAIAS Official Debut


Toyota Supra
Image Toyota Mexico via Jalopnik

Here’s the Full Look

In a whoops moment, Toyota Mexico tweeted a video of the new Supra before its official debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

The video was tweeted with the message (translated to English), “Our new #Supra arrived in Japan!, and this is the story that #AkioToyoda tells us about its return,” according to Jalopnik. Toyota Mexico took the tweet down. 

Jalopnik grabbed some screenshots before Toyota removed it. They’re the images shown. Also, it looks like Carscoops somehow has the video up on its YouTube Channel. It’s shown below The screenshots that Jalopnik share seem to coincide with the video. 

While this video appearing is probably a pretty big nightmare for Toyota, it’s not like we didn’t mostly know what the car looked like. The company has been teasing shots for ages, and camouflaged versions of the car have appeared everywhere. 

With all the spy shots, renderings, and teasers floating around, you have a pretty clear image of what the Supra is going to look like. What’s still under wraps are all the car’s details. The Supra will share many of its parts with the new BMW Z4.

What isn’t known for sure is how much of it will be shared and if the power will be the same for the engines and all the other little things like that. Toyota will reveal that at the auto show in Detroit. Until then, you can gaze at these images and watch the video above.