Toyota’s new Supra has finally been spotted. The shape resembles the last Supra, albeit with elements from Toyota’s series of FT-1 concepts mixed in. The car is expected in showrooms in 2018, as a 2019 model.

Another upcoming vehicle that’s been spotted is a new three-row SUV being developed by Subaru. It’s to replace the automaker’s unloved Tribeca and will be going into production at a plant in Indiana in 2018.

Alfa Romeo is expanding its Giulia range. One of the new options is a Veloce trim that adds some sporty touches, though no extra power we're afraid. It debuts alongside a fuel-efficient Giulia diesel at this month’s 2016 Paris auto show.

You'll find all these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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