The Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK will host a demonstration of the all-new Toyota Supra and its potential as a production prototype takes on the iconic hill climb course.
Toyota chief engineer Tetsuya Tada and master driver Herwig Daenens will put the coupe through its paces up the course each day of the festival.
This production prototype demonstrates Toyota’s commitment to revive the legendary nameplate and produce a new generation of sports cars to carry on the name which was first announced in March at the Geneva Motor Show.
For peak performance, the new Supra will pack a front mounted in-line six-cylinder engine under the bonnet which will send power to the rear wheels, though these are the only details that will be revealed at this point. The production prototype at Goodwood Festival of Speed will be masked in the colours of Toyota Gazoo Racing, red, white and black.
Toyota has also confirmed that the new Supra will go on sale internationally in the first half of 2019.
Toyota Australia vice-president sales and marketing Sean Hanley said: "The Supra nameplate commands enormous respect and there has been huge public interest in the development of the new model so we would like to see it on Australian roads.”
The Festival of Speed runs from July 12 until July 15.
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