A designer and Supra fan has given us his idea of what Toyota should do if they bring back the iconic car.
These days, the Nissan GT-R is the last word in Japanese sports cars. Nothing else from the island can compete with Godzilla, but it was not always so. From 1979 to 2002, the Toyota Supra not only stood up to the GT-R, but since it was sold in markets (i.e. North America) where the GT-R wasn't, it also built a bigger fan base. That fan base has been without a new car to lavish with affection for nearly a decade now, and it seems some of them are getting impatient.
Designer Andreas Fougner took matters into his own hands, and has given us his version of a new Supra. Fougner says that the rendering was made with the mk4 Supra in mind, but he tried to update the car and give it a fresh look. That's a pretty lofty goal, as the mk4 was easily one of the most attractive sports cars on the market when it was introduced in 1993. We would like nothing better than to see Toyota bring the Supra back, but is the right design to do it with? Weigh in with your opinion in the comments.