Camouflage new Toyota Supra turned into wrapping paper

Camouflage new Toyota Supra turned into wrapping paper

December 17, 2018 1 By autotimesnews

A total of 500 sheets of wrapping paper of 695×1000 millimeters in size were produced. Each of them contains the model index – A90.

Toyota has released gift wrapping paper, made in the style of camouflage film revived Supra. All proceeds from its sale funds will be sent to charity, reports Motor1.

Also, Toyota will auction the first copy of the revived Supra sports car. Bidding will be January 19, 2019. All proceeds will also be sent to charity.

The first Supra will receive a VIN number 20201. The body of the sports car will be painted in a matte gray color with red side mirror housings. The official premiere of the car will be held in January at the Detroit Auto Show. Immediately after the premiere of the car will be on sale. Car prices will be announced later.

The new Supra will get an in-line six-cylinder engine, front-engine layout and rear-wheel drive. According to preliminary data, we are talking about a 3.0-liter gasoline unit BMW, which will develop about 340 liters. with. and 500 Nm of torque. The coupe can accelerate from zero to 100 km / h in approximately 4.5 seconds.

The engine of the car will work in conjunction with an eight-speed automatic transmission ZF. The car body is made of aluminum and steel. The weight of the machine will be about 1500 kg, and the weight distribution along the axes will be 50:50. In the future, the model will have a version with a hybrid power plant, created on the basis of the same engine. Plus, later, the coupe will have a “charged” GRMN modification.

The original Toyota Supra was produced from 1978 to 2002 and during this time managed to change four generations. The history of the model began with the car, which was part of the Celica line and was called the Supra Celica.