AutoComplete: Toyota confirms a straight-six engine and RWD for the new Supra
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We already know that Toyota's bring a production prototype of the new Supra to the Goodwood Festival of Speed this week.
But in advance of that, the Big T thought it would confirm some long-standing rumors about its much anticipated car.
It confirmed that the Supra would indeed by powered by a straight six-cylinder gasoline engine and in keeping with tradition, it will be a rear-wheel drive car.
We're just as pumped as you are.
When Nissan teamed up with Intel designs making one-off GTR to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Badge, it manages to surprise just about everyone by being something but super desirable and exciting and not that weird.
The world seemed universally bummed it wasn't destined for production, but Cheer up, because if you've got a million bones, or clams, or whatever you wanna call them, you could get your hands on one of 50 that could very well get built, if Nissan is feeling spicy enough.
Fingers crossed that we hit the lottery.
And if you're like us, you were probably pretty darn excited when BMW announced that the new 8-Series was going into production, but also like us, you were probably curious about how much it would cost to take one home.
If you thought it was gonna be affordable then well, you're rube and we have a reverse mortgage to sell you.
But thankfully it's not as eye watering as we thought.
The 2019 8-Series will start at just over $112,000 including destination but, because it's BMW we expect it to go way up from there.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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