2020 Toyota GR Supra: Here Are All The Details, Photos And Videos You’ve Been Waiting For

Exactly five years after the unveiling of the FT-1 Concept, Toyota has finally introduced an all-new Supra to the world.

It was a long gestation period but it’s safe to say the fifth-generation Supra A90 was worth the wait. By now chances are you’re no longer a stranger to the new model’s design in light of the recent leaks so we’ll focus on the performance part.

The influences from the FT-1 study are obvious on the outside as the Supra has a very muscular appearance. The interior, however, has a strong BMW vibe about it which is understandable given that the Supra shares the underpinnings with the all-new Z4 roadster. Sure, a cabin inspired by the FT-1 Concept would have been more spectacular but we should be grateful this car exists in the first place.

The quickest Toyota-branded production car to date: 0-60 in 4.1 seconds

The 2020 Toyota GR Supra debuts with a BMW-sourced 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine that makes… wait for it, 335 horsepower (340 PS)! That’s 47 ponies less than the U.S.-spec BMW Z4 M40i. The peak torque is 365 lb-ft (494 Nm), 4 lb-ft (6 Nm) less than in the BMW.

Linked to an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, the straight-six engine allows the Supra to go from 0 to 60 mph (0-96 km/h) in an estimated 4.1 seconds, with a top track speed electronically limited to 155 mph (250 km/h). That would make it the quickest Toyota-branded production vehicle to date. Japan will also get a 2.0-liter turbo-four available in two states of tune: 197 PS (194 hp) and 258 PS (254 hp), respectively.

The carmaker also promises the Supra will offer “an exhilarating blend of power, precision, and agility” thanks to its rear-wheel-drive design, low center of gravity and a 50:50 weight distribution.

Normal and Sport driving modes, active rear differential

The 2020 Supra will offer two driving modes, Normal and Sport. The latter reduces intervention of the traction and stability control functions as well as sharpening throttle response, increasing steering weight, improving transmission shift crispness. It also tunes the active differential more aggressively and amplifies the exhaust sound.

Speaking of the active differential, it uses an electric motor and multi-plate clutches to control lateral torque. The diff varies torque distribution between the rear wheels when cornering under both acceleration and braking. The system also ensures neutral handling by reducing both understeer and oversteer, according to Toyota.

The Supra features a double-joint spring strut front suspension and multi-link rear suspension that are said to favor both precise handling and ride quality. The Supra will feature 19-inch forged alloy wheels as standard shod with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires sized 255/35 R19 at the front and 275/35 R19 at the rear. Stopping power will be ensured by 13.7in (348mm) front rotors with 4-piston Brembo calipers.

Standard Adaptive Variable Suspension, 3.0 and 3.0 Premium grades available in the U.S.

Since we mentioned ride quality earlier, you should know all Supras come with an Adaptive Variable Suspension as standard, with two settings available — Normal and Sport.

Going on sale in summer 2019, the 2020 Supra will be available in two grades – 3.0 and 3.0 Premium, as well as a Launch Edition based on the 3.0 Premium grade. All models will get standard features such as Keyless Smart Entry, dual automatic climate control, auto-dimming rearview mirrors, rear camera, rain sensor windshield wipers, garage door opener, power folding mirrors, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

On the safety front, standard systems include forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, automatic high beam and road sign assist. Available active safety and convenience features are adaptive full speed cruise control, blind spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert and rear-end collision warning.

As for the infotainment part, the 2020 Supra brings a standard 6.5-inch display operated by a rotary controller on the center console. The 3.0 Premium grade gets an 8.8-inch touchscreen display with navigation, rotary touch controller, Supra Connect telematics services, wireless Apple CarPlay, a premium 12-speaker JBL audio system, and wireless phone charging.

Like the 2019 BMW Z4, the Toyota Supra will be built at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria.

How much will it cost me?

Toyota also announced pricing for the 2020 Supra in the United States, with the MSRP starting at $49,990. Those willing to get their hands on one as soon as humanly possible will have to fork out $55,250 for the Launch Edition, which will be the sole trim level initially available in a limited run of 1,500 units. Sales in the U.S. will commence in the summer, and the Launch Edition will be offered in Absolute Zero White, Nocturnal Black or Renaissance Red 2.0 paint jobs, with contrasting red mirror caps and 19-inch black matte forged alloys.

The first two will get a red leather interior, while the third color option a black one, both with carbon accents. Moreover, the limited run Supras will get a plaque on the passenger’s side of the dashboard with the car’s serial numbers along with a graphic of Toyota’s CEO Akio Toyoda’s signature.

*Article updated with live images from Detroit


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  • Trackhacker

    I like it. Just wish it was a proper manual. Without a manual I’m not interested.

  • Tan Lee

    Toyota are really pushing this GR brand. I personally feel TRD is a better line for all their sports models.

  • Mind Synthetic

    im sorry its a bmw not a toyota. i cant get past that fact. plus like many will agree no manual option is a fail to those who admired supra

  • FlameWater

    Que the hater comments in 5 years when people will say, “Oh the first year was the best model”

    • Liam Paul

      darn people always speaking the truth on thou God toyota

  • Rj Mansfield

    I just wish it didn’t take them this long to debut the final production version. We’ve seen so many teasers that frankly, I’m already bored of the design. I agree with Mind Synthetic – this is a BMW under its sheet metal with GR tuning – maybe the next sports car, Toyota will finally build on their own.

    • serge charles

      with this attitude there wont be another one at all and you can explain to your kids what a sports car was

  • Turismo4GT

    The Supra barely has any more horsepower (335hp) than th old-as-the-hills Nissan 370Z (332hp) in standard trim. The equally old-as-the-hills Nismo 370Z outguns the brand new Supra by 15hp.
    Let that sink in for a while.

    • Jason Miller

      And with no turbo.

      • serge charles

        because it only makes 290 to the wheels and makes it at 6800 rpm. Where this engine can make 330 to the wheels stock from 2500 rpm

    • DMax

      But 370Z can’t even break into 4 second 0-60 so that doesn’t matter. 370Z is all also crap to drive.

    • serge charles

      This would crush a Nismo Z. You have no idea what you are talking about. on a dyno a 370z barely breaks 290 to the wheels and has the interior of a 2007 altima. Its noisey bumpy and feels cheap. Great drivers car I had one but you hear everything and isnt a practical daily driver.

    • Yeah, you haven’t driven a 370Z then and if you have, you have very low standards for modern cars. That shit is archaic.

  • Liam Paul

    Really, Just 335 hp? shouldn’t something that is a halo car make decent amount of HP to you know be a halo car, I mean I know the design is less than Halo looking but still this was their best effort, well maybe next time

    • ErnieB

      Halo and this should not be in the same sentence..

    • How much HP is enough?

  • Ricardo Salinas

    Interior looks like Mazda with BMW infotaiment

  • Yishay

    Extremely over styled. Please put the camouflage back on it. My eyes hurt.

    • Seats & a steering wheel

      …but it’s Japanese, it needs to be a bit ‘overstyled’ I’m over the Uber conservative Germans which while nice are a little sterile in appearance.

      • Shane

        Too polar opposites of the same car. Bland German design vs Overly done Japanese style.

  • Shtekeris

    It was teased for too long. BUT let’s look at the positives – it’s great that you can once again buy a new Supra. As cool as the old one is, it’s old and costs tons of money, so it’s great that you can now go and buy latest and greatest and have a Supra name on it. I would love to own one. I mean, we can now recreate the famos dragrace, but with latest Charger Hellcat and latest Supra. Coooool. Exciting times.

  • ctk4949

    Would like to see a black one with red side view mirrors. 🙂

  • nastinupe

    The Audi A4 called, it wants it’s interior back.

    • Leconte Dave

      Bmw you mean?

  • nastinupe

    I told someone the other week that this car was going to be more of a 370Z fighter. 335 hp, I was correct.

    • ErnieB

      Except it cost $50k+..

      • serge charles

        its a track version of the BMW 440i how much do you think it should cost?

  • Knotmyrealname

    I’ll stick my neck out and say this will be one of Toyota’s biggest losses. It’s a shocker. Does anyone here think they will actually consider buying one?

    • Shane

      Good thing based on how much of it is BMW Toyota surely doesn’t have much to lose besides reputation!

  • nastinupe

    I’ll take a 2017 Lexus RC-F with 467 hp, 0 – 60 in 4.4 Seconds and a mini rear seat like the old Supra for $50,000. Plus it has a better interior and nicer lines.

    Nobody is paying $50,000 for this POS.

  • DMax

    Looks nice to me. I think we should treat this Zupra as the new Z35 we’ve been asking for. This is not a real Supra by any means, the real Supra has already been on sale for a while – it’s the LC500 (looks very similar to MK4, just lacks the straight 6).
    Still, 4.1 sec with just 335 hp is pretty freaking good, this thing has to be under 3,000 pounds for sure. I’m wonder if the tranny will grenade after about 10 launches like in the GTR.

  • Blade t

    If only Toyota had chosen a different name for this car..

    • Wouldn’t change anything.

      • Blade t

        It would actually. People loved , and respected the old supras because they were actual Toyota products. This new z4 thing is tarnishing the supra name.. It’s like if Nissan did this and called it a gtr..

        • Yeah but what would that change about the car? Nothing. Same performance numbers, design, etc. It’s just a car at the end of the day. Honestly the positives of it not being called the Supra would be less eventual price gouging just because of the stupid name. Companies share shit all the time and no one cars until it’s in the spotlight. Either way it’s 50k for a good(hopefully?) car right, which is asking A LOT for most people these days.

          • Shane

            I completely disagree with you Billy, this will tarnish the name of the car. It’s like when they brought back the Charger as a 4 door or Mitsubishi Eclipse as a crossover. That’s fucked up! Now they have ruined another good name that stood for something, only this time they ruined the name with a rebadged car from another company and another country! Should have made this the New BRZ/FRS/86, at least then it would be an upgrade rather than a downgrade.

          • I mean fair enough, I would have loved to see this replace that BRZ/FRS but I mean the price would be an insane difference unless they kept all the things that make the twins cheap like the interior and low power engine. I mean the twins are good cars but they’re essentially blank canvases for tuning/engine swapping.

            I don’t know, I think the Supra looks good but if it’s anything like any of the recent BMWs I’ve driven like the 435i GC, 335i, 240i, then I don’t know…it’s not going to feel that magical which is heartbreaking.

  • Frankenstein child of Z4 & RX7. This should not be called a Supra! The designers and marketing team should be forced seppuku!


  • Tinky-Winky

    Overall I quite like it, at least more than Z4. It could have been a bit longer and I don’t really like the ducktail spoiler. Feels a bit awkward and doesn’t leave much room for customizations.

  • serge charles

    [email protected] you car snobs looking a gift horse in the mouth. No one is making sports cars because you cheap bastards all went and bought crossovers and used cars. Be grateful this isnt a supracross like mitsubish. I swear you people will complain about anything. Its got 50 50 weight distribution and is the fastest car they ever made. Every journalist will call this the best drivers car of our generation. That engine plus the chassis engineers they put on this pretty much guarantee it but you will still complain. Just like the FRS everyone said just give us a lightweight rear wheel drive manual sports car under 30k and guess what they did it and you all still complained. This is why we cant have nice things anymore.

    • guest

      if I could like you multiple times, I would. People are all talk nowadays. They whine about the sports cars of yesteryear and then don’t buy any sports cars today because they have kids now and the WAF is too strong.

    • Ary Wisesa

      Agree with you. I myself had to buy a crossover for daily driving (because many of our roads are not smooth). But I still enjoy my GS350 for my weekend driving on the highway and I must tell you, had our roads not that bad, I would never buy a crossover. LOL…

  • An Existing Person

    I still think Toyota should’ve went the route Nissan and Honda went with the GTR and NSX. The Supra successor should’ve been some sort of supercar with 500-600hp. At this point it’s now a 370z competitor, and even though it’s a 10 year old car, the Nismo still has 15hp more without any forced induction, a manual, cheaper than this base price, and surely a more raw driving experience that’s capable even by today standards.

    • serge charles

      You mean the LFA? The LFC or the RCF?

    • TechLegend

      I think making it an attainable car is huge. We’ll actually see these cars around. Also… with a tune and bolt-ons this thing will be making 500hp easy.

  • serge charles

    I would like to clear the air here because people seem to keep repeating this crap about the 370z the VQ engines are amazing but they make 290 to the wheels at 6800rpm. This motor makes 330 to the wheels at 2500 rpm stock. Completely different league. Real world 370z 0-60s are a full second slower. At 3400lbs this would crush a Z and keep up with mustangs and camaros. Which if you want leather and nav are about the same price except your engine will blow in less than a year (mustang) or you will be an ugly tank (camaro)

  • MJ Coffey

    Horrible. Just horrible. It took them ten years to create THIS? I am utterly disappointed. Exterior design is all over the place and the interior looks really dated already.


  • Seats & a steering wheel

    Like it or loathe it, the exterior is a visual feast, it’s unique and Japanese..what you’d expect from a Supra..but that interior is a massive disappointment to me, it looks a little sterile, you can really see the German influence. The Mk4 Supra interior was super cool with this curved dash and console angled at the driver. I remember seeing this back in the 90’s and it was just Sooo special. Also there is the price. In Australia 50k-54k USD means it will be at least $100k here if not $110k-$120k

    • TheBelltower

      It’s not a visual feast, it’s a visual assault. It’s the most garish and overwrought design since the 2001 Monte Carlo.

  • Two things I don’t like, being the steering wheel design and the fact that you will have to stick on a license plate upfront. Otherwise i’m sold and I’d buy it without a doubt.

  • Alberto Barrales

    I think it looks great and it should be a blast to drive, but to compare this to a 370Z is hilarious. It’s like when people compare new supercars to the GTR that has been around for a decade. When new, the GTR was a supercar killer. Now everybody has caught up and they want to put it down. Like I said at the beginning the Supra looks great and it should be a great driving car but if Nissan gets their shit together and brings back the 300ZX then we can talk about a comparison.

  • liams92

    Not sure how I feel about the amount of BMWness in this car. BMW MMI, BMW switch gear on the steering wheel and a few other controls in the cabin. I’ve seen images of the engine bay and you can see BMW logos all over the place in plain sight on various parts. The Germanic influence feels a bit bland and sterile when a Supra should be bonkers in every aspect and have a unique and highly reliable Japanese engine.

    • Matt

      Well Toyota owns ‘bland’ and ‘sterile’ so it should be a good fit, right?

  • Astonman

    White is this car’s best color. It hides the over designed sides. I like the interior with the red door panels and red steering wheel. When seen in all black, it looks boring.

    • ErnieB

      White .. but the BMW gun metal grey is cool too ..

  • Six_Tymes

    Grey and silver, and the pearl white looks very good. Just wish it had a flat bottom steering wheel and a integrated nav screen. I cannot stand the tack on nav screen design. much too distracting while driving a performance car.

    • Matt

      How is a dash-mounted Nav screen distracting in a performance car, yet a fully-digital speedo (right below the driver’s line of sight – found on all new exotic performance cars) is not?

  • carsmofo

    Way too much of BMW elements. I’m curious to know how much of it came from the Toyota part bins.

  • Ruel Lewis

    The exterior is good looking minus all those cutlines, but also doesn’t have that wow factor because of the over teasing and leaks. The interior is pretty disappointing for the price and looks like they didn’t put much effort into it. Overall I think i like it better than Z4.

  • Just an opinion: It’s a horrific design. The original design was based on a larger platform I believe, which would have helped. This, in photograph at least, looks ungainly, bloated and childish.

    • Mike anonymous

      The original concept design WAS based on a larger platform. It was designed to be a GT vehicle that was much larger than the (now) outgoing Supra. This supra is not a GT and instead design to be a sports car vehicle aimed for a ‘light-weight’ and small feel.


      The original designers of the FT-1 wanted it to be something more along the lines of where the Lexus LC500 is currently (in size). They are not based or in direct contact with the same people who made the decision to partner with BMW, but their design was so well received that Toyota deemed it ‘ok’ to use that design for their collaboration (although the design, does not fit such a small vehicle properly).

      The design is alright, and it looks fine, BUT the reason it does not seem to fit properly is because it WAS meant to be put on a larger vehicle.

      • Danny Boy

        It actually looks damn good!

    • Bo Hanan

      All sports cars are caricatures of cars. And I like this car. I was originally concerned but not anymore. And I beleive Toyota has addressed engine reliability concerns at the start. Wait until you see it in the “next” Fast & Furious film. All doubt will be removed.

    • ramish rambarran


  • Ben

    I was hopeful and supportive of the new Supra. But once I saw the interior was BMW Lite, I lost all hope. Its one thing to have just the engine be BMW sourced, but the interior is where you spend all your time. Its what you touch and interact with daily. Absolutely ZERO Supra heritage was valued and carried on. What happened to the cockpit interior?! Unfortunately, this car would be deemed “okay” if it weren’t for the name. If this was the original GT86, nobody would have an issue.

    • 31/12/2999

      I was comparing ohotos between BMW Z4 and the new Supra and they don’t look the same in nothing.

    • Danny Boy

      What Toyota do you know of that has an interior built better than the BMW quality materials(albeit last gen) past or present? What was sooo great about the last Gen interior, other than the 6spd?

      • Ben

        Does design make an interior or is it just the materials? If you’re materialistic, then you’d choose materials, obviously. But some of the best interiors, from a drivers standpoint, aren’t covered in thick leather hides and french stitching. Admittedly, the car as a whole as grown on me since my original comment 4 months ago.

        However, there is something special about having a bespoke interior. BMW copies and paste their interior design philosophy into all their vehicles, including the grocery getters. The Supra is a dedicated sports car and it would see logical to expect a dedicated interior, something focused on the driver. Japanese have done driver focus interiors quite well (S200, 300zx, MK4 Supra, Acura NSX, Lexus LFA).

        In a simpler term, the Supra could be see an traditional Japanese cuisine light topped on a traditional German meal. Terrible? I suppose not, but clearly not what you’d expect or ask for.

        • Danny Boy

          Good for you…..And I will say, I did like the design of the previous gen interior. Very driver centric!

  • Ben

    At this rate, the next gen Land Cruiser will be a joint effort between Land Rover and Toyota.

    • Leconte Dave

      That would be funny

    • assassingtr

      I’d be into that actually.

  • Blade t

    Maybe Honda should hit up BMW also, an slap an s2000 badge on it. lol …Hey look ,we built a new s2000 !!

    • Danny Boy

      Listen, if that wouls bring back the S2, I’m all in!

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  • brn

    A pretty cheesy body kit at that.

  • PK

    Paul Walker is shaking his head in his grave….

  • SpongeBob99Swell

    I know I’ve said it before, but will say it again…

    ….shut up and take my money!

  • Thunderbolt

    it only matters if 1500 people actually shelled out 55k for it, but if only 200 or so like the case of the NSX, then the Supra is dead.

    • ErnieB

      Just saw a C7 grand sport with 7k miles for $55k.. hmmm..

  • Six Thousand Times

    Given that it’s not another SUV…

  • SteersUright

    Frosted white is definitely its color, same with non-black interior. The front overhang looks ridiculously large, and the whole thing’s silhouette resembles goofy’s head.That said, I still kinda like it, for whatever reason. It has enough interesting/good angles to keep me enticed. However, not getting the full-fat BMW engine is really, really disappointing.

    • Wandering_Spirit

      Much better in white.

    • Rick Alexander

      Soooo much hate for this car, and nobody here has driven it yet. When BMW decided they were gonna remake the Rolls Royce, the British afficionados cried sacrilege! Then, when they finally saw it, as well as tested it, they soon realized that it was the best Rolls yet. Same thing with the Mini. Haters also said the Toyota/Subaru venture would flop. WRONG AGAIN! Now comes the BMW-Supra. I’ll be willing to bet that this Supra will be the best handling, most refined, and easily tuned Supra yet! I’m about 75% sure I’ll end up owning one. I’m still waiting to see it in person (I love the matte silver with black wheels!). I’m also willing to bet, that there’ll be a more powerful Supra coming, which will most likely have a true dual clutch, or at least a tranny tuned for even quicker shifts. There’s already talk, that it’ll be getting a standard transmission as well. True car enthusiasts will be all over this thing, and I for one hope the Supra is a smash hit. If it succeeds, it’ll mean that the Supra will continue to improve, and by the next generation, should be a Supra that ends the argument for a 2JZ motor (which if you like excessive lag, then I ain’t mad at ya). I like smooth, accessible power delivery throughout the rev range, that isn’t gonna try to kill you, every time you mash the accelerator (i’m not hating on the 2JZ either). There’s waaay more to driving enjoyment, than massive power, and turbine whine.

  • Endera A

    Price in Germany will be 62.900€, that thing will not sale.

    by the way it has too much bmw elements. toyota should have build the supra on it’s own. what’s the point of partnering with bmw if it won’t give us a good price for the car? starting price 63000€ are you serious toyota? for a 340ps car with no manual.

    • getoffme

      So you could whine again how much more expensive the Supra would be, if Toyota would have made it themselves?

      • yomama

        No, actually I believe people, enthusiasts, would pay a higher price if they knew this car was engineered completely by toyota and came with a real successor to the 2JZ and its over engineered durability.
        That’s why this car is going to be a flop in the long run.

        • getoffme

          “would pay a higher price”

          It does not matter because you would still troll about it. I know your kind.

        • Danny Boy

          Malarkey. ….When Toyota was building the Supra that’s now known as the legend, they had to drop the price by 10k and they still couldn’t get buyers to the lot. Hence, the demise the the Toyota Supra!!! And hell, it even had a removable roof panel!
          This type of vehicle is a dying breed , and it would be completely foolish for Toyota to develop an architecture for a single model, that has failed in the past as a great vehicle, for a grop of buyers that may not even exist. We’re really lucky that this version exist, even as flawed as we all believe it to be. This is actually a bargain compared to the previous gen!!!

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  • Sybill Julian

    side rear-end reminds of old dodge viper

  • Kwikcilva

    by 2020 I can easily get a fairly used m2 for about half the price of a new supra. Heck even today, I can get a manual m2 with less than 20k miles for about £34k. Will I want to get a Supra? No… I will be really surprised if Toyota shifts all the units they plan to sell in the first year.

    • yomama

      I agree! This “Supra” will be good for track days and time attacks but other than that…
      You could throw 25k at a toyobaru twin and it’d still have higher performance and handling than this “Supra”.

  • TechLegend

    c’mon now, don’t discredit all the tuning that GR/Toyota did.

    • TechLegend

      Also, you know it takes years to develop parts in CAD for a production vehicle? To get it perfect, machined, and to assemble properly.

  • Shahul Usman

    no manual option at all? I thought I read somewhere before they may have one? I dont love the looks and not sure why you’d buy one over a BMW M2 competition… I think if Toyota made this car Id be happier, it just feels too much like a rebadged BMW (which I know Gazoo helped on tuning it… i guess).. coming from someone that owned a 94 manual TT)

  • getoffme

    Toyota is trolling all of you again with the engine output. German engines are UNDERrated and something is amiss with that claimed 0-60 sprint from a “335 hp” BMW I-6.

    I thought Toyota priced it just right as well. Can’t wait for the real tests/reviews, so you haters can swallow, like you always do. Zing.

    • yomama

      Still not a Supra…
      Where’s your source on these magically underrated German wunderengines?
      Mustang GT with performance Pack beats this with 0 mods…..

      • getoffme

        Go to Youtube. It is not difficult to find dyno videos of them near or over their stated bhp. And your source that a Mustang GT beats this Supra? Swallow it now, like you always do.

  • yomama

    Not Japanese designers so much as Lazy design in general.
    All they did was mold some curves into the gt86 body, add some curves and a new bumper.
    Really lazy exterior design.

  • ramish rambarran

    Well said !

  • ramish rambarran

    So here I am on the freeway, reading the rear plate of every Z4, because I have 47 ponies less ! First it was Subaru. Now it is BMW. Hey Toyota, Briggs and Stratton is knocking on your front door !

  • Gonzalo G-Low Diaz

    Looks like the Frs and the Z4 fetus

  • KenjiK

    They should have called it Celica.

  • Six Thousand Times

    But still a stupid SUV.

  • Da Only Skid

    You know, I am a legit fanboy of the Supra (and 90’s MR-2, Land Cruisers, Tacoma’s) just not this one. Look at the build label (or whatever it’s called). Made in Japan? Nope. Article upon article has been written/typed about this vehicle since it’s debut. Hype? Of course. In my book, when an IS350 is 1/2 sec slower 0-60 with a better ride and looks (2014-15) then I know where I part with my money.

    Also, it’s not the fastest Toyota, per say. LFA is quicker, though a Lexus it’s still a Toyota. Let’s think about facts and not hyperbole.

    And can we call it what it is, a German Supra. Toyota has so many fine engines and the new Sup is stuck with this. Not to mention the b-slap Toyota received from BMW…less HP and TQ…sell out.

    Another thing that comes up often…yes I can afford one but my money will go elsewhere.

  • JK

    Pretty good job staying close to the concept on the outside. We all knew it would need to be tamed a bit to keep production costs down but OH MY. That interior is ABSOLUTELY horrible. Not even close to driver orientated like the last one. Once again they forgot to design the infotainment system into the dash so they scrambled last second and just tossed it on the dash like a tablet. That trend was old and ugly right out of the gate and needs to be killed off. Screens look like afterthoughts. I don’t know what to say about the interior. It screams BMW and looks sorely out of place in the Supra. Looks good outside but there is no way I could live everyday with that interior. Guess we will be waiting a few years to get a better one.

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This odd creation uses the body-on-frame chassis and mechanicals of the old G-Wagen and a modded SLK bodywork.

Audi RS3 And Seat Leon Cupra R ST ABT Take On The Mercedes-AMG G63

Did the beastly AMG G63 beat a tuned Leon Cupra R ST and a stock RS3 Sportback? .

Mercedes 190E EVO II Gets Digital Revamp With New AMG Parts

Despite dating back to the 1990s, the 190E Evo II is one of Germany’s most iconic sports sedans.