After much teasing regarding the Supra, Toyota has decided to tease us yet again in a Twitter post on their Toyota Europe page. It seems that the Supra will be making its way to Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018, and while we've already seen numerous versions of it in various levels of camouflage, and even a race-prepped variant, we have yet to see it in the metal. They're already calling it the A90, which follows on from the previous generation's A80 chassis code.
For those who aren't in the know about the Supra, it's basically a coupe that Toyota produced from the 1980s up until the 2000s, powered by a bunch of engines that could produce an impressive amount of power (although the JZ family of engines from the fourth generation remains popular to this day). They were extremely popular among aftermarket tuners and the next generation may be a large step away from what people know of the Supra (given Toyota's collaboration with BMW), but it's certainly a good step forward and a welcome revival.