Review: 2020 Toyota Supra

  • 22/08/2019
Review: 2020 Toyota Supra

The 2020 Supra is appealing and obviously distinct. There is some fourth-generation Supra-style inspiration splashed in the front and nose picks up signals from Formula 1 racers.


There is amazing headroom, and a pair of handbags can easily fit in the trunk of 10.2 cubic feet. If there is a bother, it is that low doorways can cause taller people to bang their heads when entering and exiting.



The regular active driving assistance system settled on all 2020 Supras involves a forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, a warning when you get out of the lane, a wild lane keeping assist, automatic high beam and support when traffic signs. Those who opt for the alternative Driver Assist Package will also receive adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, rear intersection warning and parking sensors.

Beneath the bonnet, the Supra has power from the 3.0-liter turbocharged I6. This drivetrain develops 335 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torsion, the latter being accessible in the range of 1,600 to 4,500 rpm for grumbling mid-range muscles.



Engine operation is always a supreme ZF eight-speed automatic gearbox, which provides a quick manual shift opportunity if you want to play with the oars. Toyota claims the Supra reaches to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds, which seems plausible when you consider how much this thing pulls when you dig deep into the gas. Acceleration Supra has an angry-sounding exhaust with some fine cracks and pops.

The new Supra is not accessible with a manual gearbox. Fortunately, the automatic gearbox is cool.

The superb 50:50 superb weight distribution and low center of gravity assist it cope with difficulties. Adaptive shock absorbers, a torsion vector rear differential, Brembo front brakes and 19-inch Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires wrapped around forged wheels are part of the package, and Toyota says that the Supra dynamics on the road were tuned separately from the BMW Z4.



For those cases when you are not walking, maintaining Supra in normal mode gives a soft and relaxed behavior. Normal mode also helps Supra regain EPA rated at 24 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. In this relaxed mode, the steering is even easier and the suspension provides enough comfort for a convenient ride around the city. This will certainly be good for road trips, making the Supra a two-threat downhill runner, able to rummage through corners and handle daily commutes.

Having an initial price of $ 49,990, the 2020 Toyota Supra has an interesting place in the market. As for the two-seater coupe, the Supra is cheaper than the Porsche 718 Cayman, although not so exciting. The Supra is higher priced than the Nissan 370Z, but it's a car that has expired. In any case, the new Supra is really a powerful and proficient sports car. And it would really be a shame if someone missed it - especially if it was because of something as stupid as using BMW bones.


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