Beyond the upcoming coupe, Hollis said the company was also focusing on its SUV line-up and suggested looking at recent concept vehicles as a hint of future direction.
The first such concept was the FT-4X concept, revealed at the New York motor show in March, that reincarnates the spirit of the defunct FJ Cruiser, though it isn’t geared towards hard-core off-roading and is a more millennial-friendly style SUV built on top of the recent Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform architecture.
Oh, hello there. I will assume that you who are reading these words right now enjoy good things in life. For instance, a certain surge of joy potentially brought on by the appearance of the new Toyota Supra at the Detroit Auto Show. Well, I’m sorry to have to tell you this, but it won’t be there. Sorry.
We were highly doubtful that the new Supra would appear at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. And we were right: it wasn’t there. That didn’t stop us from hoping, though. It was Los Angeles, after all: a place filled with sun. A perfect place to unveil a sporty coupe. And a smaller show as well, so nothing really to steal the Supra’s spotlight away. No such luck.