The 2017 Toyota Supra comes outfitted with a whole host of upgrades including comprehensive makeover of the exterior, the cabin, while also presenting a variety of engine choices and improved transmission.Despite getting a few additional inches thanks to the updated platform, this sports car still falls short in terms of cargo space, but owners would not choose this car for goods transportation anyway. The Supra got some fresh new technologies, as well as updates sheet metal, while retaining the same lineup of engines as the last time.
Exterior and Interior
Coming with a whole array of updates the 2017 Toyota Supra seems perfectly adequate to replace the much-vaunted Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. The unique design language that the Supra came to be linked with is still quite visible in the overall theme of the front piece, particularly the cool grille that comes with discreetly revised slats and a new black background, as well as the boldly executed headlamps featuring modified standard LED strips.
What stands out is the new look that draws the eye to the updates. The vehicle looks, due to the fact it is, slightly wider than the last time, and more rugged around the pillars due to the new character lines. The rear of the car got much sportier appearance as array of delicate modifications are introduced starting with the a few well-placed deck lid lines and continuing to exhaust pipes. To round out the package, the attractively shaped bumper blends in nicely with the restyled and freshly reshaped taillights. The new color palette brings interesting options with a few extras. We can expect at least three new shades to brighten up the existing palette.
Fortunately, the cabin features much in the way of updates. The materials are upgraded and the design includes leather and chrome inserts. The dashboard looks superb too, and a new rotary gear knob stands out as a significant improvement.
Under the bonnet, the 2017 Toyota Supra will most likely pack a 400 horsepower V6 engine according to the latest rumors. The rear- and all-wheel-drive will be probably the available as well.
2017 Toyota Supra Price and Release Date
The manufacturer has not yet issued the official launch date for the 2017 Toyota Supra. There is very little in the way of information related to the pricing, but we can expect it to be around $41,500 for the base level trim. The new model will make the series fresh and alluring for at least several years until the extensive facelift rolls around.