The highly anticipated Toyota Supra has made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, after a number of teasers from the company.
Toyota’s Chief Engineer Tetsuya Tada and Master Driver Herwig Daenens drove the development model up the famous hill course.
Details of the new Supra remain scarce, but Toyota did confirm that the new Supra will utilize a front-mounted, inline six-cylinder engine that sends power to the rear wheels. Despite that, Toyota did not mention if the new Supra will be available with a manual transmission.
Decked in Toyota Gazoo Racing’s black, red, and white colour scheme, the Supra will be in action throughout the entire course of the Festival, from Thursday till Sunday.
Toyota expects the new model to be introduced to the market in the first half of 2019.
Apart from the new Supra, visitors can check out the Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept and Toyota TS050 Hybrid at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.