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2020 Toyota Supra

2020 Toyota Supra
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  • Toyota Supra
  • Year:
    2020
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  • Engine:
    inline-6
  • Transmission:
    8-Speed Automatic
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    335
  • Torque @ RPM:
    365
  • Displacement:
    3.0 L
  • 0-60 time:
    4.1 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    155 mph (Est.)
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The legend returns after more than two decades!

The fifth generation of the iconic sports car, the 2020 Toyota Supra, marked the brand’s return to the U.S. market after 21 years (and in Japan after 17). Unveiled at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, the Supra Mk. 5 goes on sale for the 2020 model with a high-performance six-cylinder engine and Toyota’s latest technology. Unlike its predecessor, the fifth-gen Supra wasn’t developed in-house by Toyota. The coupe is the result of a long collaboration with BMW, from which Toyota borrowed the chassis, engines, and transmission. Together with its motorsport division, Gazoo Racing, Toyota designed the exterior, the cabin, and retuned the suspension system. The new Supra is also the first vehicle developed by Gazoo Racing to go global. These cars were previously restricted to the Japanese market.

 

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2020 Toyota Supra vs Toyota GR Supra Performance Line TRD Concept

2020 Toyota Supra vs Toyota GR Supra Performance Line TRD Concept

Better Aerodynamic Proficiency For The Toyota GR Supra Performance Line Concept TRD

Only weeks after the official debut of the new 2020 Toyota Supra, the Japanese brand has released what could be considered a spiced up version of the same car - the Toyota Supra TRD Concept. Revealed at the Osaka Automesse, the GR Supra Performance Line TRD Concept is a looker, but I wonder do you find it as dashing as the Supra mk4 TRD 3000GT. Yup, that was a thing, and that particular Supra had the TRD developed body kit along with a number of other attachments. I will leave the comparison between the awesome Supra TRD 3000GT with the new Toyota Supra TRD concept for another day, but now, I’d like to explore and propose to you what the modern Toyota Racing Development team prepped for the latest Supra. I told you numerous times that I like the way the new car looks, but can the TRD Concept further sharpen my desire for it?

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The 2019 Toyota Supra TRD Performance Concept Debuts in Japan

The 2019 Toyota Supra TRD Performance Concept Debuts in Japan

It doesn’t have any extra power yet, but it definitely looks meaner than the base model

The 2019 Chicago auto show may have stolen the headlines this week, but if it’s new Toyota Supra information that you’re after, there was nothing really new for you at the show. However, Toyota did reveal what its idea for a hotter Supra GR could look like with what it called the Supra Performance Line Concept that it debuted at 2019 Osaka Auto Messe in Japan.

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This Rendering From Prior Design Represents the Future of Supra Tuning

This Rendering From Prior Design Represents the Future of Supra Tuning

Did you expect it to take long before tuning companies would pile up tuning ideas for the 2020 Supra?

The 2020 Toyota Supra was long overdue and, as Akio Toyoda himself admitted, was one of the worst kept secrets in the automotive industry. It is, then, no wonder that as soon as the car was finally unveiled, tuning companies started working on body kits. One of these companies includes Prior Design who presented some renders of an upcoming body kit for the 2020 Toyota Supra.

Remember us talking about how the fifth-generation Supra has way too many fake vents Prior Design enlarged some of them and made others functional while also adding some Rocket Bunny-style flared arches and an elegant wing atop the ducktail in the back. It may not be the best tuning kit you’ll ever see for the Z4’s brother, but it sure is one of the first to emerge.

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Toyota's Pinball-Themed Ad for the Supra is A Nice Symmetry to How the Sports Car Has Been Received

Toyota’s Pinball-Themed Ad for the Supra is A Nice Symmetry to How the Sports Car Has Been Received

If the Supra handles as good as it does in this commercial, then it shouldn’t have any problems winning over the critics

The all-new Toyota Supra took center stage at Super Bowl LIII as the star of its own commercial. The 60-second ad, titled “Wizard,” features the Supra driving around what Toyota describes as a life-sized pinball machine as The Who’s “Pinball Wizard” blares in the background. Unlike the snoozefest that was the Super Bowl, the ad presented the Supra in a new and exciting light. The car can flat-out move, which is fitting considering that it probably dodged more obstacles than the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams players did in the first half of the game. More than that, the commercial also provided a nice symmetry on the mixed public reaction towards the new Supra. If for nothing else, Toyota’s returning sports car proves that it can dodge criticism as deftly as Julian Edelman dodges the Rams defenders.

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Rain Prisk Rendered the 2020 Toyota Supra as a Shooting Brake and We'll Take Three

Rain Prisk Rendered the 2020 Toyota Supra as a Shooting Brake and We’ll Take Three

We just can’t stop staring!

After decades on the shelf, the 2020 Toyota Supra is finally here, dropping cover at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show amid a flurry of hype and criticism. However, while some of the haters out there poo-poo the fifth-gen’s styling, we think this fresh take from Rain Prisk is undeniably cool.

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2020 Toyota Supra vs 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman

2020 Toyota Supra vs 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman

Can it take on Germany’s finest mid-engined sports car?

The 2020 Toyota Supra made its highly anticipated debut at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. While some were anxious to meet the BMW-based coupe, most die-hard enthusiasts weren’t pleased that the successor to the iconic fourth-gen Supra doesn’t have pure Japanese engineering. Now that all the commotion is over, it’s time to see how the Supra compares to its rivals. Now that the coupe is smaller, it’s well-suited to take on the Porsche 718 Cayman. Let’s find out if it stands a chance.

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10 Exciting Cars That Will Cost You As Much as the 2020 Toyota Supra

10 Exciting Cars That Will Cost You As Much as the 2020 Toyota Supra

With its $50,000 MSRP, the 2020 Supra can be compared with some mighty interesting models

The fifth generation Supra A90 is no longer aspiring to be a Porsche 911 slayer, but, given its price, you can pit it against some pretty brisk, fun-to-drive cars. Toyota designed the latest Supra to be fun to drive, its proving ground being the Nurburgring. Company CEO Akio Toyoda was heavily involved in the development process of the A90. He said that he gauged the experience of driving the new Supra, which is more compact than ever before, in comparison to the old model he used to drive around the ’Green Hell’ to learn the track.

The production version hasn’t been put to the test yet, but journalists were allowed to take turns driving some development prototypes around the Jarama track last year. Car & Driver wrote that "there is a smoothness to the Supra that we haven’t felt in a BMW in years," and we know that it will joyfully slide, but what other cars you can look for if you’ve only got Supra money in your pocket? Well, We’ve decided to explore the diverse range of models that you could go for with that "Supra" money you’re hanging on to.

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10 Surprising Vehicles with More Power than the 2020 Toyota Supra

10 Surprising Vehicles with More Power than the 2020 Toyota Supra

Speaking of surprises, there are a number of them in this list

It seems fair to say that many people were underwhelmed by the Toyota Supra. People knocked Toyota for the Supra’s looks. Some were upset about its high pricing. And a lot of other people didn’t think too kindly to the engine choices that Toyota prepared for its returning sports car. A base version that produces less than 200 horsepower? Really? The range-topping version of the Supra does have 355 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque at its disposal, but even that came from a BMW-sourced engine. Truth be told, the Supra’s 355-horsepower output isn’t that bad. But it also could’ve been higher, especially when you consider that so many other models from different segments can carry that much power without having to be a sports car, specifically one that has to carry the legacy of one of Toyota’s most iconic nameplates. If you’re wondering how many vehicles have more power than the 2020 Supra, we compiled a list made up of 10 of them. And, if for nothing else, this list may surprise you.

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2019 Toyota Supra Launch Edition

2019 Toyota Supra Launch Edition

It’s not as special as the first-production model that fetched $2.1 million at Barrett-Jackson, but the Supra Launch Edition is unique in its own right

Like most new cars these days, the new Toyota Supra is coming with a first-off-the-line version called the Launch Edition. Based on the sports car’s Premium trim, the Supra Launch Edition sets itself apart from the standard Supra through a number of special details and exclusive touches. Only 1,500 units of the Supra Launch Edition will be available, all of which are earmarked for the U.S. market. The first-production Supra is included in the first 1,500 units. Unfortunately, no one’s going to get it anymore since it was already auctioned off at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona for a whopping $2.1 million. The Supra Launch Edition, on the other hand, starts off at just $55,250.

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Here's Another Design Take on the 2020 Toyota Supra and Now We Know What it Should Have Looked Like

Here’s Another Design Take on the 2020 Toyota Supra and Now We Know What it Should Have Looked Like

Toyota put itself in a design box and, in the process, limited its creativity

Are you one of those who thinks that Toyota could’ve done much better in designing the new Supra? Ever wonder what the sports car could’ve looked like if the design was treated differently? Auto designer Roman Miah took a shot at redesigning Toyota’s new sports car, and the results are, well, interesting. Miah’s design interpretation of the new Supra builds off of what the new Supra looks like and taps into retro resources, specifically the designs of past versions of the Supra. It’s a similar approach to what Toyota did but done in a slightly different fashion. There are a lot of differences between Toyota’s design of the new Supra and Miah’s own rendering. Both versions stayed true to honoring the Supras of the past, but in doing so, they arrived at the same design destination by taking different roads to get there.

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14 Little-Known Facts About The 2020 Toyota Supra A90

14 Little-Known Facts About The 2020 Toyota Supra A90

This Is An Epic Car With Some Culturally Unacceptable Issues

I have been in the business of car journalism for more than a decade, yet, not once in all this time have I witnessed so much scrutiny of a car as we’re seeing right now with the new 2020 Toyota Supra. I can’t say it was unexpected, but literally, everybody is so mesmerized by the newcomer. Not necessarily in a good way, either. Personally, I do believe that this car is possibly one of the best to appear in this decade, but the question is, is this really a Supra? While that question may never be answered, I can tell you a lot of cool things about the new car, and we’re here to talk about them.

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Someone Paid $2.1 Million To Score the First-Production Toyota Supra

Someone Paid $2.1 Million To Score the First-Production Toyota Supra

That’s a lot of money, even for a highly anticipated first-production model

The first-production Toyota Supra sold for a whopping $2.1 million at Barrett-Jackson’s charity auction in Scottsdale, Arizona over the weekend. It’s a staggering sum, even for a first-production unit of a sports car that has been hyped up for more than five years. The hype is real, folks, even if the reception of the Supra isn’t as hot as Toyota probably expected. Still, the polarizing reaction had no effect on the first-production model’s appeal. Bids flew around furiously before ultimately topping out at $2.1 million. The winning bidder gets to take home the first-production model, which bears the VIN “20201,” a nod towards model year (2020) of the Supra and the first model out of the production line (1). In addition to the first-production Supra, the winning bidder also receives a full VIP race track experience, a customized professional racing suit, a pair of VIP and hot passes to the TOYOTA OWNERS 400 - Richmond Raceway, and a chance to drive the race’s pace car with none other than Michael Waltrip. All the producers from the auction will go to a number of charities, including the American Heart Association and the Bob Woodruff Foundation.

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Shmee Does a Walkaround On the 2020 Toyota Supra GR: Video

Shmee Does a Walkaround On the 2020 Toyota Supra GR: Video

The latest addition to Shmee’s garage!

The 2020 Toyota Supra has arrived, and with it, all manner of hype and controversy. One car lover who’s smitten by the new RWD sports machine is YouTuber Shmee150, who recently posted a walkaround on his new 2020 GR model.

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How Much BMW DNA Can Be Found in the 2020 Toyota Supra?

How Much BMW DNA Can Be Found in the 2020 Toyota Supra?

Here are seven ways in which Supra is the same as the Z4

The fact that BMW’s new Z4 is underneath very similar to the new Toyota Supra is no secret and neither of the two manufacturers ever tried to cover this link up. In fact, we’ve known from the start that the new Supra would end up being developed on BMW underpinnings, with BMW engines and parts. But how deep does the connection go, given Toyota’s claim that the two vehicles were developed separately (albeit using common bits)?

Well, there is a lot linking the two visually, without having to dig under the skin to find the connection. There are plenty of places around (and especially in) the Supra that just scream BMW, so one could almost be tempted to call it a Z4 hardtop with Toyota styling cues and tuning by Toyota. Frankly, the styling is the most different part of the two vehicles - they are the definition of badge engineering, but let’s go a little deeper into analyzing just what links these two models and what sets them apart (if anything).

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2020 Toyota Supra

2020 Toyota Supra

The legend returns after more than two decades!

The fifth generation of the iconic sports car, the 2020 Toyota Supra, marked the brand’s return to the U.S. market after 21 years (and in Japan after 17). Unveiled at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, the Supra Mk. 5 goes on sale for the 2020 model with a high-performance six-cylinder engine and Toyota’s latest technology. Unlike its predecessor, the fifth-gen Supra wasn’t developed in-house by Toyota. The coupe is the result of a long collaboration with BMW, from which Toyota borrowed the chassis, engines, and transmission. Together with its motorsport division, Gazoo Racing, Toyota designed the exterior, the cabin, and retuned the suspension system. The new Supra is also the first vehicle developed by Gazoo Racing to go global. These cars were previously restricted to the Japanese market.

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Shady Toyota Dealership Buys that Mint-Condition 1994 Supra; Relists it at $500,000

Shady Toyota Dealership Buys that Mint-Condition 1994 Supra; Relists it at $500,000

That’s as much as 10 brand-new Toyota Supras!

The launch of the fifth-generation Supra is feeding into the hype of the previous generation Supra too, apparently. A 1994 example of the fourth generation recently sold on Bring A Trailer for a ludicrous $121,000 and then quickly emerged on the website of Chicago Northside Toyota with a senseless price tag of $500,000.

The new GR Supra seems to help the old Porsche-beating Supra gain momentum even more than before in terms of the sums of money people ask for pristine examples. With only 7,000 miles on the odometer, this particular red model sold on January 3rd on Bring A Trailer and, the other day, the guys at Carscoops noticed the same car for sale at a Chicago Toyota dealer for half a million bucks or $7,902 per month for 60 months. Since then, the said dealer has taken down the downright insulting listing from its website but it still beggars belief that someone thought this would be a sensible thing to do

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A 7:40 Nurburgring Lap Time For The Toyota Supra? Toyota Thinks It Can Be Done

A 7:40 Nurburgring Lap Time For The Toyota Supra? Toyota Thinks It Can Be Done

Is it even worth it to post a lap time in the Nurburgring if it’s not going to break any records?

The Toyota Supra has been dissected and prodded over in recent days like no debuting car in recent memory. It’s fitting, then, that the sports coupe is still generating headlines, this time regarding the possibility of a Nurburgring lap time and Toyota’s expectations on what time it can clock if it ended up doing a lap around the famous race track. Apparently, the Japanese automaker believes that the Supra could turn in a lap time of 7:40, even if it ends up running into its speed limiter on the track’s long straight. Whether Toyota actually has plans to bring the Supra to the ‘Ring is still unclear, but if it did, it should be a spectacle in it of itself, even if the incentives of actually running a lap aren’t that great.

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Toyota Makes a Good Business Case for Not Offering the Four-Cylinder Supra in the U.S.

Toyota Makes a Good Business Case for Not Offering the Four-Cylinder Supra in the U.S.

A four-cylinder Supra that produces less than 200 horsepower would step on the 86’s toes

As expected, the U.S.-spec Toyota Supra will arrive with just one engine. Toyota made that crystal clear at the 2019 North American International Auto Show, announcing that the U.S.-bound Supra will only be offered with a 3.0-liter, turbocharged, six-cylinder engine that produces 335 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. No other engine option will be available for the sports car, including the base 2.0-liter four-cylinder unit that is available in Japan. Depending on the trim and tune, that engine produces 194 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque or 255 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. If you’re not interested in the six-cylinder Supra, there is one option that you can take: buy a BMW Z4.

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The 2020 Toyota Supra has So Many Fake Vents that it Hurts

The 2020 Toyota Supra has So Many Fake Vents that it Hurts

Toyota Supra’s Fake Vents Do Have A New Name - Design Cues

Did it all go too far with fakery on modern cars? After a whole eternity of waiting, Toyota finally revealed the new Toyota Supra. The impressions are mixed, but it seems that the Internet warriors aren’t fond of it. At all. And while I personally do like the exterior design and actually believe that the Supra will be a wonderful car to drive, I can pinpoint some obvious problems with it. One of the biggest concerns I had after I saw the prototype appear at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed was the incredible amount of fake vents on the Supra. Sure, I did say at the time that I don’t mind it a lot, but I believed that Toyota would, at least, make some of them real. It did not. Our live experience at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show taught us that the new 2020 Toyota Supra GR has as many as five different fake vents.

As much as I want this car to succeed (because I do believe it is seriously good), that much fakery simply puts me off and casts a massive shade over the whole Supra lore.

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Our European Friends Will Only Get 900 Toyota Supras This Year

Our European Friends Will Only Get 900 Toyota Supras This Year

The good news is that the first 90 will score the Supra A90 Special Edition

The Toyota Supra is making headlines left and right, and as the unquestioned star of the 2019 North American International Auto Show, it’s only fitting that we uncover more details about Toyota’s new sports car. In somewhat of a surprising twist, Toyota is limiting the Supra’s availability in Europe to just 900 units in the first year of the car’s production. It’s a small volume for a region that has a healthy amount of Supra fanboys, but the good news is that Toyota will also throw in access to an exclusive experience programme and money-can’t-buy rewards for those lucky enough to scoop up the 900 units earmarked for the market. In addition to the promised programs and rewards, Toyota will also offer the first special edition version of the Supra — the Supra A90 Edition — exclusively to the European market.

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Is the 2020 Toyota Supra too Expensive? Here's what You can Buy Instead

Is the 2020 Toyota Supra too Expensive? Here’s what You can Buy Instead

$50,000 for a Toyota? Ouch!

The fifth-generation Toyota Supra is finally out in the open and everyone has an opinion about it. Some hate the BMW engineering under the skin and miss the Japanese model, while others like the idea of having a Z4 engine under the hood. Some think that Toyota downgraded the Supra from a competitor to the 911 to a rival for the smaller Cayman, while others don’t mind the more compact body. But have you noticed how much this thing costs?

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The Base 2020 Toyota Supra Has Less Power Than the Toyota 86

The Base 2020 Toyota Supra Has Less Power Than the Toyota 86

Nobody saw that coming

The Toyota Supra has arrived, and, well, it hasn’t had the glowing reception Toyota probably expected. We’ve pored over and dissected the Supra, but a new revelation from a Japanese spec sheet of the sports car shows that the base version of the Supra comes with a four-cylinder engine that produces a rather disappointing 197 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque. The horsepower figure, in particular, is shocking because it’s less power than the 206-horsepower Toyota 86, a sports car that was supposed to sit well below the Supra in Toyota’s sports car pecking order. Fortunately, the U.S. is unlikely to get the base Supra, leaving us with one less disappointing version of the sports car to think about.

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Yes the 2020 Toyota Supra Is a Letdown, But We Should Have Seen This Coming

Yes the 2020 Toyota Supra Is a Letdown, But We Should Have Seen This Coming

Looks like the hype train just crashed headlong into reality

There was a ton of new metal to ogle and argue over at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, but none of the big sheet pulls were as polarizing as the 2020 Toyota Supra. After more than 20 years on the shelf, Toyota finally introduced a fifth-generation for one of the most iconic names in Japanese performance, and well, the trolls are currently lighting their digital torches. Right on schedule, too.

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Anyone Else Feel Like 4.1 Seconds to 60 MPH Is a Stretch for the 2020 Toyota Supra?

Anyone Else Feel Like 4.1 Seconds to 60 MPH Is a Stretch for the 2020 Toyota Supra?

335 horsepower, 3,400 pounds, RWD… something just doesn’t add up!

Toyota just introduced the fifth-gen Supra for the 2020 model year, and with it, a long list of performance specs. However, looking ‘em over has us scratching our heads a bit, especially with regards to the Japanese sports machine’s surprisingly quick 0-to-60 mph time.

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Three Reasons why the 2020 Toyota Supra Sucks

Three Reasons why the 2020 Toyota Supra Sucks

What do you think?

Toyota finally unveiled the new-generation Supra at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. The unveiling comes after many years of rumors and several months of spy shots and teasers. It was one of the most anticipated vehicles for 2019, but now that it’s out there, I think it’s rather disappointing.

I know, it’s rash to judge a sports car based on a launch event and without driving it, but it’s not what it seems. I’m not saying the 2020 Supra is a bad sports car. I actually think it will prove itself performance-wise against the competition. I’m just saying that the fifth-generation Supra isn’t worthy of its badge.

And here’s why.

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Toyota Supra Returns After 21 Years with BMW Engine; And it's Not Cheap

Toyota Supra Returns After 21 Years with BMW Engine; And it’s Not Cheap

It’s quicker than the Bimmer though

After months speculation, spy shots, leaked photos and teasers, the new Toyota Supra finally made its public debut at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. The Japanese sports car returns after 21 years with BMW underpinnings and pricing that compares to premium vehicles.

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The Toyota Supra is Not a Good-Looking Car

The Toyota Supra is Not a Good-Looking Car

Seems like Toyota simplified the FT-1 Concept a little too much

More leaked images of the Toyota Supra have surfaced online ahead of its highly anticipated debut at the 2019 North American International Show. The new — and unobstructed — images actually come from a video that was mistakenly tweeted before getting taken down. Minus a few details that we didn’t know before, the new Supra actually looks like what we’ve expected all along, confirming concerns that the sports car, at least in my mind, isn’t as good-looking as I hoped it’d be. At the very least, it has a polarizing design that’s going to draw strong reactions from a lot of people.

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Here's the Toyota Supra Before You're Supposed to See It - Hurry Up Before the Video Disappears

Here’s the Toyota Supra Before You’re Supposed to See It - Hurry Up Before the Video Disappears

Yay or nay?

The brand-new Toyota Supra is set to make its global debut on Monday, January 14, at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. We’ve seen a few teasers, but now we can have a good look at the car thanks to a leaked video from Toyota itself that depicts the Supra doing what the Supra does best.

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The 2020 Toyota Supra Has a Nice Booty

The 2020 Toyota Supra Has a Nice Booty

Big debut happens on Monday!

Another week, another teaser for the upcoming 2020 Toyota Supra. Set to break cover at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show on January 14, we now get to have a look at some of the Supra’s rear end.

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A 1994 Toyota Supra With 7k Miles Sold for Crazy Money

A 1994 Toyota Supra With 7k Miles Sold for Crazy Money

This car is now the most expensive 1994 Toyota Supra A80 ever sold

A 1994 Toyota Supra has just been sold for $121,000. Yup, you read that right. This number is kind of hurting my intelligence. $121,000 for a 1994 Toyota Supra? I mean, really?

True, the model sold through Bring a Trailer listing is nearly perfect. It is red, manual, twin-turbocharged, and it covered only 7,111 miles. But, $121,000 for a 1994 Toyota? Well, with the impending debut of the all-new Toyota Supra GR A90 in a week or so, the world obviously went berserk about the best Supra that ever was. The thing is that this particular version was really well cared for. And, it is one of the top of the line models from the age when it was produced.

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Toyota Pushes the 2020 Supra to the Limit on the Race Track in New Teaser Video

Toyota Pushes the 2020 Supra to the Limit on the Race Track in New Teaser Video

The new Supra is less than two weeks away

The new-generation Toyota Supra is set to debut on January 14 and Toyota Gazoo Racing just launched a new teaser video. The footage shows the Supra being driven on a race track at night, but the camera is way too far away to see any actual details. Perhaps Toyota just wants to showcase the coupe’s prowess on the race track.

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2020 Toyota Supra A90 Images Leaked - Is This It?

2020 Toyota Supra A90 Images Leaked - Is This It?

Somehow, I really want this to be the 2020 Toyota Supra!

Only a few moments ago SupraMKV forum leaked photos of what seems to be the new 2020 Toyota Supra A90. A user of the forum who published photos, “t93” claimed that he registered to Toyota Germany waiting List for the Supra and found these photos attached to that mail. Then, some other users claimed the same. What else can a man do than register on a waiting list of the new Toyota Supra A90? I did it. I am registered on a waiting list for the Supra. And that alone gives me some strange fizzy filling. Back to the issue at hand.

After registering I even got an email stating:
“Hello Safet,
Thank you for signing up for the Toyota GR Supra waiting list.”
The guy that posted the photos actually wrote that he got an email saying:
“Thank you for joining the Toyota GR Supra waiting List.”
Obviously, it’s a bit different.
I did not get any Toyota Supra GR photos though. Except for the photos of the camouflaged car we saw ages ago.
Nevertheless, the photos I found on the Supra MKV forum are rather nicely done and even if these turn out to be only renderings I am fairly certain that they nicely represent the new Toyota Supra GR. Yup, that’s what I’ve learned from the registration email Toyota.de sent to me. The new Toyota Supra’s official name for Europe (or at least for Germany), will be the Toyota Supra GR (Gazoo Racing for all y’all).

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The 2020 Toyota Supra Could Go Topless After All

The 2020 Toyota Supra Could Go Topless After All

Sounds like a breath of fresh air

We’re still chomping at the bit to learn more about the new 2020 Toyota Supra, but before it makes its big debut, we are now getting another fresh rumor to gnaw on. The latest is confirmation that Toyota could very well create a drop-top convertible iteration of the fifth-gen sports car.

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Leaked Image Proves the 2020 Toyota Supra Has a Rear End Inspired by the FT-1 Concept

Leaked Image Proves the 2020 Toyota Supra Has a Rear End Inspired by the FT-1 Concept

The New Supra A90 Has An Ass You’ll Know To Appreciate

Christmas and New Years Eve are really close. However, car guys and car galls will have to wait a bit more for their own Christmas and New Year parties. Toyota revealing the new Supra A90 is the biggest holiday one could have hoped for, and it will commence on the 14th of January at the dawn of the Detroit Auto Show. We have seen the first leaked photo of the new Supra in a transportation container. Now, we have a glimpse at its back. For the first time ever. Just look at it. I think this will be a gorgeous car.

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Cars That We Can't Wait to See in 2019

Cars That We Can’t Wait to See in 2019

There are so many that we just don’t know what to do

What does the future behold? There are countless future classics ready to slide out from under the sheets of which they’ve been covered, and it’s all set to happen in 2019. There will be new EVs, new muscle cars, and a complete evolution of luxury cars. One of America’s most loved sports cars, the Chevy Corvette, is set move into a mid-engine configuration - something that’s been in the works for decades. With that said, we have a lot to be excited for, and this is a list of the models that we just can’t wait any longer for.

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Can't Afford a Toyota Supra? Toyota Has an Alternative For You

Can’t Afford a Toyota Supra? Toyota Has an Alternative For You

It’s the Toyota Supra gift-wrapping paper, everybody!

The holiday season is upon us, but if you’re strapped for time, and you can’t buy gift-wrapping paper, Toyota has an interesting alternative to offer. It’s a special-edition gift wrapper bearing the same design as the camo wrap of a particular sports car that we’ve all been waiting for. Recognize it? If you do, you’ll remember it as the camo wraps of the Toyota Supra that was in attendance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed earlier this year. The wraps are limited to 500 rolls, and Toyota is selling them at £5 for four sheets of paper. That converts to a little over $6 based on current exchange rates.

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Visual Comparison: The 2020 Toyota Supra and the BMW Z4

Visual Comparison: The 2020 Toyota Supra and the BMW Z4

They Do Not Look Similar

With the leak of the first picture of the all-new 2020 Toyota Supra A90, we are finally getting a proper look at the most anticipated Japanese car in years. While the photography posted on the SupraMKV.com forum does not do enough justice to the new car, one thing is certain - Toyota’s designers and its administration are courageous. Designers created a car that looks a lot like the Toyota FT-1 Concept from four years ago, and all the key people in bureaucracy offices said yes to it. Considering the fact that Toyota basically signed BMW to develop a whole new car, it is only logical to make a fast visual comparison between the new 2020 Toyota Supra A90 and the 2019 BMW Z4. While both of these do have basically the same drivetrain, their exterior visage seems to be completely different. Heck, one is a coupe, the other - a roadster.

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Visual Comparison: the 2020 Toyota Supra vs the Toyota FT-1

Visual Comparison: the 2020 Toyota Supra vs the Toyota FT-1

The new Supra Is Curiously Close To The FT-1 In Terms Of Design

The process of maturing from the Concept phase to the production phase usually entails a dramatic design transformation of a car. Not so in the case of the new 2020 Toyota Supra A90. With the design heavily based around the Toyota FT-1 Concept, I can clearly say that Toyota designers are brazen. Under the engineering hand of Tetsuya Tada, the Supra’s design team managed to capture all the important styling cues from the FT-1 and successfully translate them into the production car. At least judging by the one leaked photo that revealed the front end of the new Supra. Sure, the photo was captured in a transportation wagon, probably headed for Detroit, but it does reveal main cues rooted in the design of the FT-1 that was unveiled five years ago at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.

So, how does exactly the new 2020 Toyota Supra A90 compare with the Toyota FT-1 Concept?

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The Very First 2020 Toyota Supra Will Be Sold at a Charity Auction

The Very First 2020 Toyota Supra Will Be Sold at a Charity Auction

There’s no time to be penny pinching when the first-production Supra goes under the hammer

A few weeks after the Toyota Supra makes its long-awaited debut at the 2019 North American International Auto Show, the first production version of the Japanese sports coupe will go under the hammer at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. Toyota isn’t actually bringing the actual production model to the Barrett-Jackson auction, but, rather, a prototype model that’s representative of the actual production Supra. The first production model will be delivered to the winning bidder in the first half of 2019. Line up your checkbooks, folks. The Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona will take place on January 19, 2019.

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BREAKING - This Is The New, A90-Gen 2020 Toyota Supra Before You're Supposed to See It

BREAKING - This Is The New, A90-Gen 2020 Toyota Supra Before You’re Supposed to See It

I Think It Looks Quite Nice

We have something special for you today - the first look at the long-awaited Toyota Supra A90. SupraMKV forum leaked the picture that clearly shows the front end of the new Toyota Supra. Of course, nothing is official as of yet, but I am really confident that this is the real deal. It shows the Toyota Supra being transported by a car transport wagon. The photo we have does show clear links with the FT-1 concept Toyota presented five years ago. That is a really good thing as the FT-1 looks rather stunning. The first public image of the new Toyota Supra in grey is the biggest news today, and I can say right now that this car does not look like the Z4 as some have feared.

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Toyota Will Finally Show Off the 2020 Supra at the Detroit Auto Show

Toyota Will Finally Show Off the 2020 Supra at the Detroit Auto Show

Detroit Motor Show just got “Lit as Supra”

It’s official. After years of anticipation, Toyota has finally announced that the new 2020 Toyota Supra will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show in 2019. Toyota says that that the auto industry’s “worst-kept secret” is finally out, and production of the new Supra will begin in the first half of 2019.

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Why the 2019 Toyota Supra will Never Live up to the Legacy of its Predecessor

Why the 2019 Toyota Supra will Never Live up to the Legacy of its Predecessor

Or maybe it will?

If you’re one of the people waiting with baited breath for the new Toyota Supra to arrive so you can put one in your garage, I can almost bet more then half of you will be disappointed. And I’m referring to people that plan and will ACTUALLY buy one. And I say that because 98-percent of the time most cars are hated on loved online, it’s done so by people who have never owned and probably will never own previous iterations of said vehicles.

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2020 Toyota Supra GR

2020 Toyota Supra GR

Is the souped-up Supra testing at the Nürburgring now?

There are images aplenty of the new Supra, but these days, Toyota’s been testing a race-prepped version of their new sports car at the Nordschleife which we think might be the mule for the upcoming sportier Supra.

With this occasion, we got a chance to get a little closer to the Supra, and we like what we see. For example, we got an eyeful of the interior, with the center stack lacking any sort of camouflage with the big infotainment screen on top of the central attraction. It all seems to be, apart from the racing wheel, pretty much stock, so there’s not much guesswork left to do about how the interior will look, given that some renderings of the interior and exterior were also leaked this week.

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2019 Toyota Supra Confirmed for Detroit Debut

2019 Toyota Supra Confirmed for Detroit Debut

Arriving this January!

Toyota Supra fans, rejoice! The new Toyota Supra A90 will be unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show in January 2019. As one of the most expected cars in the past couple of years, the Toyota Supra has been under development for more than four years. Thanks to our thorough research and all the details we could pick up at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and during the BMW Z4 unveil (on whose architecture the Supra is based), we know quite a bit about the car. The confirmation for the Toyota Supra unveiling in Detroit came from the Toyota Germany. It was actually announced at the official Facebook page.

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A Manual Transmission for the 2019 Toyota Supra Is a Possibility, But Not a Certainty

A Manual Transmission for the 2019 Toyota Supra Is a Possibility, But Not a Certainty

You all better make your voices heard if you want a manual-transmission Supra

Toyota has not shut the door on the possibility of offering the 2019 Toyota Supra with a manual-transmission; it just needs to make sure that there’s market demand for one. The automaker’s assistant chief engineer on the Supra project, Masayuki Kai, made that clear in a conversation with Road and Track. According to Kai, a manual-transmission Supra will depend entirely on the market reaction to the car, specifically the standard version that’s equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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2019 Toyota Supra Engineers Haven't Talked to BMW in Years; Manual Transmission is Still on the Table

2019 Toyota Supra Engineers Haven’t Talked to BMW in Years; Manual Transmission is Still on the Table

In A Perfect World The Manual Would Be An Option

Ever since people (every time I write the people I think of Bane) got to know that Toyota is developing an all-new Supra, the car community was abuzz with speculation, alleged rumors, and information about the new car. Then, we figured out that Toyota is actually developing its new Supra with the BMW. It was like a bomb went off in the world of cars. Now, all are interested to know just how deep this connection goes? While the information we have about both cars confirm that they will, truthfully, share, a lot, comments from the representatives of both companies suggest that BMW and Toyota went their separate ways after agreeing on the basic architecture.

In an interview with CNET, Supra Program Assistant Chief Engineer Masayuki Kai commented this:

“We agreed on the packaging. Like where is the hip-point of the driver, what’s the wheelbase, the width, where’s the fuel tank, where’s the A-pillar, this was around the middle of 2014 … After that, we completely separated our team. After that, no communication with each other.”

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Will the Toyota Celica and MR2 Join the Supra and 86 in an Epic Sports Car Lineup?

Will the Toyota Celica and MR2 Join the Supra and 86 in an Epic Sports Car Lineup?

Three brothers might become four...

After 16 years of absence from the sports car world, Toyota returned by reviving the Supra, and now the MR2 or the Celica may get a second lease of life. The Japanese manufacturer voiced interest, through the Supra’s key engineers, of reviving at least one of those two emblematic cars, but the road ahead is tough for that dream to materialize.

We’ve all waited 16 years for a new Supra to emerge and now, with the fifth-gen A90 closer than ever to production, there might be more in store for us from Toyota. Masayuki Kai, the Assistant Chief Engineer on the Supra project, said to Road & Track that "We want to have Celica back, we want to have the MR2 back,” but he was also adamant to point out that “what will come next depends on the market needs."

This is because, as Kai pointed out, creating a sports car is tedious in the year 2018 and highly expensive, pointing to the cooperation with BMW as the only way to bring the Supra back. The GT86 is also the product of a shared project, this time with Subaru. We can assume, as such, that another partner must be found to finance and co-develop an MR2 or Celica follow-up. Otherwise, we won’t see any new sports car from Toyota other than a new GT86 in conjunction with a new BRZ and the production version of the Le Mans-esque Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Prototype.

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The Toyota Supra Was Almost Mid-Engined!!!

The Toyota Supra Was Almost Mid-Engined!!!

That would’ve been Super-a

When you think about Supra, you imagine a car burning rubber on the tarmac, zooming past other fast cars in a bullying manner. Now, if I tell you that a tamed version of the Supra was considered, would you believe me? I heard you scream ‘Shut Up!!’; but, well, that’s the truth. A mid-engine layout was considered for the upcoming Toyota Supra, until Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda threw the idea out of the window. Even though he saved us from the horror, a mid-engine Supra is actually not a bad idea.

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It's Only Fitting That The BMW Z4 And The Toyota Supra Are Testing At The Nurburgring Together

It’s Only Fitting That The BMW Z4 And The Toyota Supra Are Testing At The Nurburgring Together

We shouldn’t have expected anything less from these two

The next-generation models of the BMW Z4 and Toyota Supra have been joined at the hip ever since BMW and Toyota announced plans to build them together. It’s only fitting; then, that one week before the Z4 finally breaks cover at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, we get our hands on a spy video of the Z4 and Supra prototypes testing at the Nurburgring together. Who knew that all the hype and pandemonium surrounding these two sports cars would all lead up to seeing them together in the tail end of their respective testing sessions?

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Presenting the $1 Million Toyota GR Super Sport

Presenting the $1 Million Toyota GR Super Sport

Seven-digit figure for a car that’s fictional for now!

There seems to be some sort of a trend, wherein automakers are using their expertise and experience from the motorsport industry to build street-legal hypercars. First, it was the Mercedes-AMG Project One and the Aston Martin Valkyrie, and now we have the Toyota GR Super Sport. While the former two was derived from Formula 1 knowledge, Toyota will build the GR using its FIA World Endurance Championship experience. However, it’s the seven-figure price tag that caught our attention. Is this for real?

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If You Want a Pure, Unadulterated, Driver's Car from Toyota, You Better Get In Line for the New Supra

If You Want a Pure, Unadulterated, Driver’s Car from Toyota, You Better Get In Line for the New Supra

The Supra will be the last, "pure" driver’s car with a Toyota badge

The fifth-gen Toyota Supra will likely be the last gas-powered driver’s car from Toyota. In a recent interview with Toyota UK, Chief Engineer of the new Supra, Tetsuya Tada, said exactly that, pointing the finger at stricter emissions regulations and the constant push for autonomous cars as the reason. On the plus side, Tada did confirm that the new Supra is indeed rear-wheel drive and will carry an inline-six under its long bonnet. At least for now, anyway. That, in a way, leaves the door open for the potion for hybridization (assuming the chassis can support an electric motor and battery pack) and maybe even all-wheel drive.

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Toyota Will Bolster Supra Engine Lineup With a Four-Banger

Toyota Will Bolster Supra Engine Lineup With a Four-Banger

Smaller engine should make for a more nimble driving experience as well

Toyota finally revealed the hotly anticipated next-generation Supra over the weekend at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed, and although it was nice to see the thing in the metal and on the move, Toyota remained tight-lipped as far as technical details were concerned. Now, we’re getting a few new tasty tidbits on the revamped Japanese classic.

Continue reading for the full story.

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6 Things We've Learned from the Toyota Supra Prototype at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

6 Things We’ve Learned from the Toyota Supra Prototype at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

I will be blunt - the public anticipation for the new Toyota Supra is overwhelming. I do not remember such a worldwide craze for a new car since the Tesla Model 3 debut a few years back. However, the Supra is decidedly different compared to the Model 3 - in its layout, in its character, and in its purpose. This is the second modern Toyota sports car (first being the GT86), and it builds on a massive legacy of its four predecessors. I cannot even grasp the risk Toyota took upon itself to make a car like this. The Japanese Automaker has some balls. With the first dynamic public debut at the hill climb of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Toyota Supra A90 showed a few quirks we did not know about before. Considering all the hype building up in advance, the debut itself was a bit underwhelming. Yet, an army of curious eyes and ears saw and heard things.

I am sharing with you five things we have learned from the Toyota Supra prototype at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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Toyota Supra Interior Spied, Looks a Lot Like the BMW Z4

Toyota Supra Interior Spied, Looks a Lot Like the BMW Z4

A bit disappointing...

The Toyota Supra made its dynamic debut at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed this week, but the fact that the company drove a camouflaged prototype on the Hillclimb course came as a disappointment. However, we at least got confirmation that there will be a six-cylinder engine under the hood. What’s more, we got a glimpse inside the cabin, and despite the camouflage, we did see some of the car’s design and features.

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How Much BMW Will we See in the New Toyota Supra?

How Much BMW Will we See in the New Toyota Supra?

German engineering in Japan’s iconic coupe

The brand-new Toyota Supra just made its first dynamic run at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed. And even though Toyota showcased a camouflaged prototype instead of the production model, the excitement knob is already turned up to 11 and slowly moving toward 12. The coupe is still shrouded in mystery and what bugs me most is how much BMW it will have under the skin.

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The Slightly Underwhelming Debut of the 2019 Toyota Supra at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

The Slightly Underwhelming Debut of the 2019 Toyota Supra at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Go home; nothing to see here, folks

The 2019 Toyota Supra has made some sort of a debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Toyota sent a camouflaged car to tackle the Hillclimb, definitely quenching our hopes of seeing the production version of the highly-anticipated fifth-generation car. Driven by Chief Engineer, Tetsuya Tada, and Test Driver, Herwig Daenens, the new Toyota Supra did not even tackle the course at its full speed. However, these drivers will drive it up the hill-climb a few more times during the weekend at the Goodwood Estate, so stay tuned.

With drivers waving from the car during the drive, Toyota sent a clear message that this first run definitely does not show the full potential of the new machine. Furthermore, Toyota confirmed that the new 2019 Supra will make a debut in 2018, which means we could be only a few months from the final showcasing of the production car. Maybe in Paris in October?

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Watch the New Toyota Supra in Action at Goodwood (Video)

Watch the New Toyota Supra in Action at Goodwood (Video)

It sounds amazing!

It finally happened: the new Toyota Supra finally made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. But there’s good news and bad news. The good news is that the Supra was driven up the Goodwood hill and we can see it in action for a minute. The bad news is that the sports car is still camouflaged, which means that we might not see it in the metal just yet.

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