Fancy a new Supra? If so, you might have quite a wait, unfortunately. Even if Toyota does turn this 400bhp FT-HS hybrid sports car concept into a replacement for the Supra, it's not going to do it for several years. Even then, it may not bring the car to the UK.
Toyota also says it will replace the Celica and MR2 before it builds a new Supra, despite recently deleting them from its range, saying it wanted to concentrate on building volume sales with more mass-market models.
Insiders say the project is likely to happen in the next few years, but the two cars will be combined into one model.
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