Rumours of a replacement for the Toyota Supra have been circulating for some time now but the Japanese manufacturer has announced there’ll be ‘some form of performance concept at Detroit.’
The idea of a successor to the Supra was first floated with Toyota FT-HS at the Detroit Motor Show back in 2007, although the car never made it into production.
We are yet to see any images of Toyota’s latest concept but the brands California-based CLATY design studio has “had a hand in its design”, an insider from the manufacturer revealed. Toyota has also been tight-lipped about the powertrain but Internet rumours suggest a high-performance hybrid system is likely.
Earlier in the year Toyota signed an agreement with BMW, which would see the two manufacturers team up and develop new sports car architecture and hybrid technology. This rear-wheel drive coupe is expected to be the first sign of things to come from the tie up.