2020 Toyota GR Supra Prices Officially Released, Start From $49,990 In The U.S.

Toyota is having a field day with the unveiling of the all-new Supra, with the automaker releasing pricing information for the U.S. market.

The entry-level 2020 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 can be had from $49,990. The better equipped 3.0 Premium grade starts at $53,990. Finally, the Launch Edition model based on the 3.0 Premium will set you back $55,250 (available in a limited run of 1,500 units). All prices exclude $930 destination.

Both the 3.0 and 3.0 Premium grades will feature the same 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine that makes 335 hp (340 PS) and 365 lb-ft (494 Nm) of torque. Mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters driving the rear wheels, the engine will enable a 4.1-second 0-60 time.

Performance goodies such as adaptive suspension, active rear differential, and launch control will be standard on both grades.

The 3.0 trim level’s standard spec sheet also brings a 6.5-inch infotainment display with Bluetooth and iPod capability, Alcantara seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, Keyless Smart Entry, dual automatic climate control, backup camera, rain sensing wipers, as well as power folding and auto-dimming rearview mirrors. Navigation and JBL Audio will be available for an extra $2,460.

Moving on the 3.0 Premium model, it adds an 8.8-inch wide-format touchscreen display with Navigation, Supra Connect telematics services, wireless Apple CarPlay, 12-speaker JBL audio system, wireless phone charging, a color Head-Up Display, and heated leather seats.

The list of standard safety features on all models consists of forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, road sign assist and automatic high beams.

Additionally, customers will be able to pay $1,195 on the Driver Assist Package which includes full-speed adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert, parking sonar, and rear collision warning.

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  • salamOOn

    OMFG another bmw supra article?! idk like 5th or 6th…..

    • ErnieB

      I am waiting for the one that says.. Toyota slashes pricing and renames it a Celica GR .

      • Mind Synthetic

        even that is too high of a praise.

  • assassingtr

    Looks pretty good in white in the low angle. Compact and agile looking sports car with some aggressive features. Let’s see how it does on the track benchmarks tho.

  • TheAmerican

    $50k for a lightweight 330 horsepower sports car without a manual. What kind of shit is toyota smoking?

    • Bash

      It’s BMW shit.

    • Will Debeljak

      Downpipe and a tune and it is a 450hp luxury sportscar

      None of you ever bought a gen4 Supra Turbo new.

      1993 Supra Turbo——$39,900———3,400lbs——320hp
      2020 GR Supra———$49,990———3,100lbs——340hp

      That is $39,900 in 1993 btw not current pricing. So you all just had imaginary expectation of what it was going to be and are all disappointed because it wasn’t a 500hp $25,000 sports car from Toyota.

      What kind of shit are you smoking?

      • ErnieB

        Fortunately, @ $50k they won’t be selling much the second year thus we’ll see some good deals! <$45k for a well equipped one should be ok. If a small sports car that’s easy to tune is your thing then this will sell well under $45k. $50k gets you a nice C7 with $55k getting you a slightly used grand sport.. let that sink in..

        • Will Debeljak

          The market has always been like that. Corvette has always been the cheaper performer. Same battle the supra and 300zx faced in the 90s.

      • TheAmerican

        320 horsepower meant a lot more nearly 30 years ago. In another 30 years 700 won’t seem like a lot for a Mustang.
        I don’t care much for Jap cars (so I had no idea of the specs/price of the 93), but with inflation, the 93 Supra would be about $70k. Which is a shit load of money for a little compact sports car. Either way, I don’t think a car like this should be $50k

      • 12333444333

        Did you just use the word luxury? What god forsaken pit do you come from to call this luxury?

  • K X J I ⚪️

    Can’t wait for the 2JZ swap.

  • Bash

    49,990?? No, I read that (50k and you can keep the change).

  • ksegg

    It looks really plasticky and cheap.

  • Axel Cortez

    this cars needs to produce at least stang gt power 400-450hp

    • Axel Cortez

      or name it the celica

      • ErnieB

        Should have been as follows.. $30k -35k for the I4. $40k for lower trim 6cyl.. $45-$50k for the high end. called it a celica and they’d had a great little car.

        • Axel Cortez

          exactly I agree

          If you take the USD 40k that it costed in 1994 we are talking about USD 70k in todays money, so you are making it cheaper almost same specs. You could have a gt86 making 250-300 on the top end (almost 30k) overlaping with the same I4 on the low end of the “celica” with the same engine a bit larger, heavier, fancier at around 33k all the way up to 50k for the fancy I6 at 400-450hp and then the Supra with a befier I6 same platform, better interior, more tech, more HP at 70K

  • DMax

    The beemer with the same engine is rated 384hp, while in EU it’s rated at the same 335hp like the Zupra. I’m thinking 335 is at the wheels power, not crank power. Germans are known to rate cars at their whp. Otherwise I can’t see how 3100lbs with 335hp at the crank is capable of 4.1 sec 0-60.

  • Jessi Miley-Diabetes

    Its hideous.

    • Aiman Al Habib

      Can’t agree more. Couldn’t they find a “free” designer among their apparently busy staff to really “design” this pos!

      • Will Debeljak

        then don’t buy one, I like the different design from everything else. Someone finally built a unique sports car

  • Lucius

    “Performance goodies” should include a manual. I don’t drive on a god damn track!!! I drive on the canyon roads of Colorado’s front range…I want to interact with a car, heal-toe and what not. I want to get all my limbs involved as is typical in “sporting endeavors.” Today’s cars have amazing performance, but the act of driving is being sanitized right out of it. And that’s how I feel about DCTs like in the GT500…this car doesn’t even have that! It’s a plain-ol’ Automatic like in some old lady’s Buick.

    • BlackPegasus

      For context: The average millennial has never seen a manual transmission in a production car.

      That’s where the industry is headed. Less driving engagement and more appliances’like interaction. In fact, young working people today aren’t as interested in owning a car.

      • Lucius

        Then what’s the point?

        • BlackPegasus

          I can only presume it’s for nostalgia.

          And they’ve managed to get that wrong too 🙄

          • Lucius

            Ha!

      • Trinity Faetal

        I think you will a lot of millenials in europe driving manual cars.

        don’t bunch us up with your american millenials.

    • ErnieB

      Regarding the GT500 .. Shelby himself would have preferred it auto.. just saying.

      • Lucius

        Shelby doesn’t drive my cars, I do.
        (Yes, I know he’s dead)

  • 12333444333

    This car looks dated (exterior and interior) before it’s even started being sold.

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