https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterl...-its-a-toyota-bmw-collaboration/#6b14175a2001 Some snippets: Destined to be unveiled in its racing setup at the Geneva Motor Show on March 6, information is just starting to surface about this new strategic launch. Now to the all-important engine selection that was co-developed with BMW. The entry-level model will be powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo generating 192 hp while a high-powered 245 hp 2.0-liter turbo will offer beefier performance. Leading the new line-up as its flagship model is a BMW-developed 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder turbo pumping out a healthy 360 hp, with all three engine mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. Magna Steyr...will start producing the Supra later this year, readying the cars for delivery to showrooms in Europe and Japan by Spring 2019. The car’s main U.S. market can expect deliveries to start soon after the production version is unveiled at the Detroit show in January. Look out for the Supra early in 2019 when it arrives in showrooms with the entry-level 2L version wearing a sticker price starting at just over $50,000, while the flagship 3L turbo model will tickle the north side of $60,000. Also some other details about Gazoo Racing which sounds like will be limited to the Japan market. Supposedly Geneva will just show us some sort of "racing setup." Could be a vision gran turismo car, who knows. The info sounds believable, but underwhelming. $50,000 for the entry 2L? Only 360 horsepower for the top-level car at $60k? Difficult to see how this would win many buyers. 8 speed auto expected at this point but still disappointing. Also the delivery info is a little ambiguous, showrooms in europe/japan by spring 19, and US market after unveil in Detroit in "January" which is presumably January 2019. Would love to know the source. Forbes is typically legit but I don't really think of it as a source for automotive news.