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Toyota Toyota Supra was inadvertently unveiled in official tweet

In a tweet from Toyota Mexico, now out of Twitter but re-released by Jalopnik, the Mexican arm of the Japanese automaker announced a video of the new 2020 Toyota Supra just days before the car's official debut in Detroit. This provides our first, undisguised and complete view of the Supra.

Motor1.com has kept pace with every official teaser image so far; the youngest showed the rear end of the sports car. This (falsely) tweeted video shows for the first time unobstructed views of all Supra production. Although the Toyota teasers gave us enough insight into the key details of the 2020 Supra, we still had to wonder how everything fit together. However, these screenshots from the video tweeted by Toyota Mexico fill the holes in the puzzle.

The nose of the Supra is a dead ringer for the Toyota FT-1 concept that inspired it, while the side profile and tapered rear end give the vehicle a sense of speed even when stationary. The rear three-quarter is our favorite angle, as it shows the smooth taillights and distinctive rear spoiler. Overall, the latest Supra (internally called A90) can combine classic sports car features with a pronounced Toyota styling. Whether you love it or hate it, there is no doubt that Toyota's newest sports car will surely turn heads, and we want to finally see it at the upcoming auto show in Detroit.


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