Toyota Mirai sports car concept headed to Detroit, could preview the Supra – report

by SpeedLux

As per a recent report, Toyota will introduce the Mirai sports car concept at the ongoing North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.

The details are limited as of now about the model but speculation suggests that this could very well be the long-rumored Supra concept. Again nothing is official as of now but some of the well-placed members of the Toyota team had previously told Autoblog that the company will use the Detroit Auto Show to introduce a new concept that previews the upcoming Supra.

Toyota has been mum about the concept but it is interesting to note that Mirai is a Japanese word which means “the future.” If we go by the meaning, it could imply that it previews a production model or has technology that will be used in an upcoming vehicle.

Toyota’s press conference is scheduled to take place today but no details are available as to what announcement would be done by the company. So we can surely expect to learn more details shortly and hopefully it should be about this rumoured and long awaited Mirai concept.

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