Toyota FT-1 Sports Coupe Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Everyone’s bringing their A-game to the Detroit Auto Show, and Toyota was definitely part of that list debuting what many hope to be the next Supra – the Toyota FT-1.

The Toyota Supra was one of the most beloved cars of all time, and for years now Toyota has hinted about bringing the car back to the production line. While we can’t say what a new Supra would look like, we would be more than content if it came out looking anything like the Toyota FT-1 concept unveiled this week. There are no tech specs revealed (other than the fact that it’s a front engine, rear wheel drive configuration), but aesthetically this thing is a step in the right direction. Designed by Toyota’s CALTY studio, the vehicle takes on design cues from both the Celica and the Supra. You can download the car to drive in Gran Turismo 6, but as far it hitting a dealership near you, we wouldn’t hold our breath. Watch the video below.

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