2018 Toyota Supra Sounds And Looks Intense Because It Is!

Aug 14, 2017 07:27 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The 2018 Toyota Supra recently showcased its intense power and capacity at Nurburgring. Onlookers were in so much awe upon seeing what it can do. Nurburgring is the perfect place to impress and the Supra did!

The Supra remains extremely popular to car enthusiasts. The last Supra came in 2002 and even after over a decade, people still clamor for it. The last Supra's tuning parts are still widely available. Its power and speed can even measure up to the latest sports car released.

The decision to resurrect the Supra is not a surprise. Toyota is known for its SUVs and sedans. Not many know that it also forayed into a beast of a sports car. Well, soon enough, the whole world gets introduced to the other more aggressive and robust demeanor of the company.

The 2018 Toyota Supra is not possible without the Japanese auto maker's collaboration with BMW. It shares the same platform as the BMW Z4. However, the Supra veers away from Z4 similarity for not having a manual transmission available for the moment.

The rest of its features share that of the Z4's. One of the notable similarities aside from the platform is the use of a cross section of BMW power units. There are also engine options such as two two-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and a three-litre turbocharged straight six.

The 2018 Toyota Supra comes roaring with a 350-bhp output. Some sources predict the latest Supra coming with a hybrid system. For more excitement, the 2018 Toyota Supra concept may head its way to the 2017 Tokyo Auto Show. The production version's unveiling may happen at the 2018 NAIAS in January 2018.

The 2018 Toyota Supra may be available before the end of 2017 or early 2018. Only a few more months and the Supra is ready to take flight. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest Toyota Supra.

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