Based on shared architecture with the new BMW Z4, the new Toyota Supra marks the return of the nameplate for a fifth generation, 16 years after the last one died. The new Supra is unlikely to feature a manual transmission, relying on an 8-speed automatic to transfer power to the rear axle of the front-engined sports car. At launch, a 3.0-liter turbocharged BMW inline-6 will develop around 350 horsepower though a 2.0-liter turbo four is expected as well producing around 280 hp. Official specification and pricing is yet to be confirmed, but the Supra is expected to cost around $60,000 in top-specced 6-cylinder guise. Chief rivals to the Supra will include the 718 Cayman S, Nissan 370Z, and the BMW Z4.