2019 Toyota Supra In NASCAR Redesign, Spy Shots, Release Date, & Price – Tune into a NASCAR race (or much better, observe one stay in man or woman) and you’ll see sports/muscle cars racing about ovals and road courses: Ford Mustangs, Chevy Camaros, even Dodge Challengers. Nevertheless, Toyota’s been symbolized in the second-tier stock-car championship by the Camry. But based on the newest reviews, that’s about to change.
According to studies from the SportsBusiness Journal and Car and Driver, Toyota’s preparing to swap the Camry in the Xfinity series with the new Supra. Or at very least, a silhouette racer made to seem like the Supra. The Japanese automaker is collaborating on developing a new Supra sports car with BMW, which is developing its new Z4 on the same architecture. Toyota recently previewed the Supra in concept form (pictured) as the GR Supra Racing Concept, and throwing it into NASCAR would definitely meet the “racing” part – at very least, for North American people.
Even though it remains a top vendor for Toyota, sedans like the Camry are already shedding terrain to crossover SUVs, with passenger cars more and more polarizing to two-door sports cars like the forthcoming Supra and Ford Mustang – which Ford goes in the Xfinity Series, and is in the near future to present to the top-level Cup as effectively. Chevy’s carrying out the same goes with the Camaro, which lately exchanged the discontinued SS as the Bowtie brand’s stock racer. If the reviews about Toyota show precise, it could follow the same course into the Cup as effectively, exactly where the Camry carries on to serve.
Above NASCAR, we would not be blown away to see racing versions of the new Supra feature in other motor racing disciplines like Japan’s Super GT championship and other GT series like the FIA World Endurance Championship (which includes Le Mans), the Blancpain Endurance/Sprint series, and the IMSA’s United SportsCar Championship. Prior versions of the Supra have competed in numerous of the identical, and Toyota could demonstrate eager to rekindle the model’s racing acumen.