Photo: Toyota

After a decade-and-a-half of waiting and years of taunting and teasing, we’re finally going to see the production version of the new Toyota Supra next week at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

We know the new A90 Supra was developed alongside the new BMW Z4. We know it won’t be cheap. We now it will probably not get a manual. We know what it looks like as a racecar. We know what wheels it will probably wear. We know it’s going to race in NASCAR. The only thing we don’t really know is what it will ultimately look like, though, by now, we have a pretty good idea.

But according to Toyota Europe on Twitter, we’re finally going to see the car, which the automaker has apologized for taking so long to bring back, at next week’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, which takes place from July 12 to July 15.

The teaser images posted still show a camouflaged car, so it’s not clear if we’re going to see the literal car pictured, or if they’ll have the final-final car ready with a clean paint job, so we can truly appreciate the final design.

Advertisement

The only reason I’m hesitant to believe this will be a real reveal is because just a few months ago, in March, a different Toyota Twitter account teased that the production Supra would be revealed in the first half of next year. By now, we should all have learned to not get our hopes up at the promise of a Supra reveal.

But I’m still excited.