The 2015 Toyota Supra has a long, melted nose and styling cues reminiscent of the Chevy Corvette and the 1960s Toyota 2000GT. The tail lights have vertical ducts beneath them, and a prominent spoiler further characterizes the back end of the 2015 Supra.
Compared to Supra concept cars, the production model of the 2015 Supra has smoother lines and a less flashy front. A major styling cue taken from the 2000GT two-seater is the dramatic shift of the cockpit toward the tail of the Supra. The 2015 Supra completes its sporty image with large alloy wheels and large air intakes in front of the rear wheel wells. BMW designed the Supra's platform, which comes from one of BMW's sedans.
Underneath the hood, the Supra has several different options. Toyota guarantees a hybrid version of the sports car, using an all-alloy engine block mated with direct injection and an advanced turbocharging system. Possible engines available include a 3.5-liter V-6, which provides around 350 horsepower, and a 5-liter V8. The powerful V8 engine would provide the Supra with roughly 450 horsepower. Many of the other technical specifications come from BMW, as Toyota and BMW formed a partnership to revive both the Supra and BMW's Z4 sports sedan.