They say “you don’t know where you’re headed until you know where you’ve been”; and in the context of the all-new Toyota Supra, what better way to appreciate it than to treasure its history.

Said to be the last gift from Toyota to driving enthusiasts, the new Supra which was revealed and driven on the hillclimb at the recently concluded Goodwood Festival of Speed, is set for debut in the earlier part of 2019.

Enthusiasts may also be angered by the fact that the new Supra, built in partnership with BMW, will not come with a manual transmission but instead be fitted with an 8-speed automatic, one that’s shared with the new BMW Z4, along with a 3.0-litre turbocharged straight-six engine.

Credit: Cars Evolution

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