The Chevrolet Camaro will have fresh competition from the Toyota Supra when it arrives next year. The automaker itself announced the next-generation Supra will debut in production form in early 2019 on its official Great Britain Twitter account.
We may even see it debut at the 2019 North American International Auto Show, where we also might see the mid-engine C8 Corvette. If so, the next show is poised to be a big one.
Toyota previewed the next-generation Supra with the Gazoo Racing Supra race car concept at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show this week. Strip away the race-ready body panels, diffuser and giant rear spoiler, and we’re looking at the production car.
We don’t know exactly how much power the Supra will push, but it will feature a turbocharged inline-six engine. The Japanese automaker partnered with BMW on the project, and we could see an M-division engine find its way to the Supra. It will certainly have something to say about the Chevrolet Camaro SS.