By now, the exterior of the new Toyota Supra isn’t much of a mystery considering the numerous amounts of spyshots and the debut of the GR Supra Racing Concept. However, we now have a decent look into the sports car’s interior thanks to these photos from our spy photographers.

Among the highlights include a digital display instrument cluster with a central tachometer, a mundane-looking steering wheel with buttons straight from BMW’s parts bin, a large infotainment screen and a gear selector that resembles those in recent BMWs, along with silver paddle shifters

This isn’t surprising since both carmakers had previously agreed to enter a joint venture, where each will produce their very own sports cars – Toyota with the Supra and BMW with a new Z4. Despite the parts sharing initiative, Toyota has said the Supra will get its own bespoke interior and will not be a direct duplicate of the upcoming Z4.

Compared to the interior of Z4 test mules, this certainly appears to hold true, to a certain degree. The central air-con vents feature a metal trim piece with the hazard button in the middle, which differs from the less flashy setup in its BMW cousin. Additionally, the climate control switchgear appears to be placed further down as well.

The new Supra is expected to make its debut later this year after the new Z4 is revealed, with both cars set to be produced at Magna Steyr’s factory in Graz, Austria. A turbocharged inline-six engine, 50:50 weight distribution and an automatic-only transmission option are just some of the touted specifications.

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