Will the "embargo" be broken before Detroit? For those that don't know, a "press embargo" happens when automakers release details (specs and pics) to the press, ahead of an event. With the express consent (under penalty of death I presume), that said info won't be released beforehand. An event like the 2019 NAIAS Detroit Auto Show. This is done so sites and blogs can produce content within seconds after the car's debut. Here's the question: With all of the A90 Supra leaks that have occurred, will someone risk the wrath of Toyota and break the embargo agreement?