New Toyota Supra Sketch Is Here

Ask any sports car and tuning aficionado to make a list of the top ten dream garage vehicles from the modern era and the Toyota Supra will certainly be included. The Japanese automotive producer knows this and, apparently, it is planning to take advantage of the vehicle’s cult status.

Earlier this year, the company refreshed the “Supra” trademark registration - this had expired in 2006 and hadn’t been renewed. In addition to that, Toyota CEO Akio Toyota, told the world that he’d be more than happy to see a new incarnation of the vehicle coming to the world.

However, various media reports show that Toyota could choose to hybridize the Supra, killing its spirit for the love of marketing. Considering this, it is only natural that members of the automotive enthusiasts’ community are stepping up and coming with their own proposals for a new Supra that would live up to the model’s reputation.

We’ve decided to search deep for an earlier independent design proposal for the Supra, one that would come from an era when the hybrid vehicles hadn’t infected performance vehicles. All said and done: ladies and gentlemen, we give you Raymond Todde’s vision of a 2020 Supra.

Dating from 2003, the Canadian designer's sketch offers us a Need For Speed-like approach. In other words, the vehicle is packed with aftermarkets parts, with the list including front bumper side add-on elements, an aggressive-hood, generously-sized air vents, as well as a large rear spoiler. The follows the Supra’s legacy, offering a targa-like roof.

Ok, we admit, this is not the most sophisticated design sketch we’ve seen, but it has enough juice to make us all dreamy...
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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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