The 2020 Toyota GR Supra is a real beast on four wheels.
From last year’s 335hp to 382, the 6-cylinder engine can now reach up to 60mph in 3.9s. An 8-speed automatic transmission, Tiptronic shifting, a sport mode, are ready to be discovered. Here is what you should know about the 2020 Toyota GR Supra.
Toyota GR Supra Returns With High Performance and Sleek Design
All 2020 Toyota GR Supra models come equipped with 8-speed automatic transmission, including a Tiptronic shifting and a sport mode that delivers echoing power to the rear wheels. And even if none of them don’t offer the manual transmission that we all crave, there are speculations that it’s planned for coming variants. So, don’t give up yet the manual transmissions dreams! The performance and handling leave almost nothing else to be desired in this sports car, which has rivals such as the BMW Z4 and Porsche Cayman GTS.
The car manufacturer actually builds the GR Supra in Austria, and the car has many similar components with the BMW Z4 – the running gear, chassis, transmission, and engine, as well as many interior traits. A comparable GR Supra variant to the Z4 is almost 10-15k cheaper, though, and some will notice that the Z4 stands no chance at Supra’s design.
If you don’t know much about the recent Toyota Supra, that’s because it’s the second year since its revival (2019) – it was pulled from production in 1994. You’ll probably know the ’94 variant more as the famous hero vehicle that Brian O’Connor drives in The Fast and the Furious.
2020 Toyota GR Supra’s interior is worth discussing, as it competes with the BMW Z4. The car flaunts a sleek carbon fiber trim on the dash and sporty seats with side bolsters and high-grip material. There’s also a center console control panel with an 8.8-inch display and some tech features and a wireless charging dock.
Given its raw driving performance and appearance, the 2020 Toyota GR Supra is a classic that deserves everyone’s attention this year.
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