Supra chief engineer Tetsuya Tada recently told Australia’s CarSales.com.au, “of course we consider this,” when he was asked about the possibility of a Supra convertible. If Toyota does decide to build a drop-top version of the new Supra, the good news is that BMW and Toyota don’t have a contract that restricts Toyota from building a Supra convertible.
While the Toyota’s engineers are considering a Supra convertible, it’s not known if it will get the green light. If it does, it’s also not known if it would be a traditional soft-top convertible or just simply feature a removable roof panel, like the third and fourth generation Supras.
For now we’ll just have to wait and see what happens. The 2020 Supra will debut next month on January 14 at the Detroit Auto Show.