Toyota brought the latest prototype of its new Supra to the Goodwood Festival of Speed this week.     

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The automaker will make daily runs on the hill climb course from July 12 to 15.     

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There's not a whole lot we can suss out from this camouflage, which was shown off earlier this week.     

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There's likely to be something shared with the upcoming new BMW Z4, since the two vehicles share the same chassis. 

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Toyota already said that the Supra will rely on a straight-six gas engine, mated to a dual-clutch transmission and rear-wheel drive.     

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It will likely borrow BMW's 3.0-liter I6, and rumors peg the output around 335 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.   

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Toyota expects the 2020 Supra to make it to dealerships "during the first half of 2019."     

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That means we could see the real-deal production model as early as the Paris Motor Show in October or the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.   

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No matter when it comes, we'll be happy to see it.

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It's been a long time since Toyota's had a Supra in dealerships.

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