Getting a brand new 2020 Toyota Supra “on the cheap” is more or less impossible, especially if you go through a dealer. However, this Turbulence Grey example probably won’t put a major dent in your wallet, though…it does have a few dents of its own. And none of the ones you see here are going to buff out any time soon.
The Japanese sports car obviously impacted something narrow, like a tree or a pole, which in turn damaged not just the fascia, but also the 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six engine, which now won’t start, according to IAA (Insurance Auto Auctions).
The digital dash is also inoperable, which means we can’t tell you how many miles there are on the clock. As for the interior, it doesn’t exactly look spotless, especially with all those airbags deployed.
Another issue we have is with the ad itself. As pointed out by The Drive in their report, the listing claims that this is a 2020 Supra Launch Edition / Premium, which is a little bit confusing. If we had to guess though, we’d say that this is indeed the Premium spec version, because the Launch Edition features high-contrast red mirror caps and is only available in three colors – none of them Turbulence Grey.
The Premium spec version has a starting MSRP of $53,990, and features the following as standard: Brembo 4-piston ventilated disc brakes with red calipers (check), heated black leather sports seats, 8.8-inch touchscreen with Supra Command and Touchpad control, a 500W 12-speaker JBL HiFi surround sound system, Qi-compatible wireless charging tray with light indicator, and Toyota Supra Connect with Emergency Calling, Battery Guard, Remote Control Lock/Ventilation, Real-Time Traffic Information, Map Updates and Concierge Service.
As for performance, when intact, the all-new Toyota Supra’s 335 HP (340 PS) BMW-sourced engine is capable of accelerating you to 60 mph (96 km/h) in roughly 4.1 seconds with the aid of an eight-speed automatic transmission.