Toyota's two-door Supra sports car had a long and interesting life in the Australian market, before going off sale in 2002. The Supra is finally set to return in 2019 with its latest 'A90' iteration after a long prototype period.
In a similar plan that Toyota has with Subaru for the 86/BRZ twins, Toyota has partnered with BMW to help the German company build its next generation Z4 sports car. This gives Toyota access to BMW's straight-six engines which the Supra's cheif engineer, Tetsuya Tada, says is important for keeping the car true to its roots.
This vehicle is also known as Toyota Celica XX (until 1986), Toyota Celica Supra.