It won't be easy for owners to find carbon-neutral fuels. That's why the next-generation Supra will probably also run on regular petrol.

Despite the slowdown in sales, most of the automotive industry is determined to transition to battery-electric vehicles. However, Toyota has opted for a multi-pathway approach in the near future. The upcoming next-generation Supra could exemplify this strategy.

Toyota is said to be working on the next-generation Supra, which is expected to debut in the next few years. It is likely that this new model will be offered with both battery-electric and traditional internal combustion powertrain choices. A recent report from Japan provides additional details about the combustion engine of the upcoming Supra.

As per Japan's Best Car Web sources, the next-generation Supra is expected to have a powerplant developed in collaboration with BMW. Like the current engine, it will be a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder setup. However, the new engine will be capable of running on a synthetic, carbon-neutral fuel and will also include mild hybrid technology.

The new engine is expected to deliver around 400 PS or 394 hp, slightly more powerful than the current model's 382 hp. Driving enthusiasts will be happy to know that the new car will continue to offer a six-speed manual option, along with an available eight-speed automatic transmission.

Source: Best Car Web

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Евгений Ушаков
Evgenii Ushakov
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