After years of rumors and speculation we are happy to show you the very FIRST LOOK at the 2018/19 Toyota Supra out testing on public roads in Germany!! The Toyota-BMW joint venture through which the 2018/19 Supra has been created will also spawn a BMW Z5 roadster with rumors suggesting that Toyota will provide the hybrid technology for the sports car while BMW will perform most of the development work on the rear wheel drive chassis and engines. While the first sightings of the BMW Z5 confirm that it will be a convertible, this Supra MKV prototype is a coupe. Based on the beautiful Toyota FT-1 concept, this 2018/19 Toyota Supra early prototype is seen here sporting basic design cues from the concept that wowed the world in January 2014 at the North American International Auto Show. Obviously, this is a very early prototype and naturally features some parts bin placeholder items (i.e. headlights and tail lights) which will be replaced by actual production parts later in the testing process. Toyota has stated that the Toyota FT-1 concept was made 10% larger for more stage presence and it is immediately apparent from this prototype that the next production Supra will be much smaller than the sizable FT-1 concept which measured over 184 inches in length underpinned by a 107.9 inch wheelbase. A 10-percent decrease in size would result in a Supra measuring 177 inches in length with a 104 inch wheelbase, consistent with rumors that the next-gen Supra would be similar in size to the Porsche 911. Also of interest and perhaps in an intentional nod (or simply some parts bin sharing) to the joint Toyota-BMW project, the wheels on this prototype resemble the wheels on the recently released BMW M4 GTS, while the digital+physical gauge cluster resembles those on the newest and upcoming BMW models. And some comparison images to the FT-1 Concept.