In case you missed it, the 2020 Toyota Supra has made its debut! In January of 2019, at the North American International Auto Show, the Supra made its debut that ended years of speculation and anticipation. Sports car enthusiasts around the world have appreciated the Supra and is 50 year lineage, and the fact that it is finally back has made many people more than just a little excited. The Supra has its own driving characteristics, and has posted performance numbers that every enthusiast can appreciate. In the Supra you'll feel rewarded with the true thrill of driving a sports car, even if you're just going to work. If you want to learn about the features you can expect to find in the 2020 Supra, keep reading!

What engine will power the Supra?

The engine that is going to power the 2020 Supra is a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six. This engine produces up to 335 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. Thanks to direct fuel injection, continuously variable timing, and a twin-scroll turbocharger, the torque comes on strong even at low engine speeds. Matched up with this engine is an eight-speed automatic transmission. This transmission creates quick up- and downshifters, and also has paddle shifters if you desire manual control. You can get from 0 to 60 mph in about 4.1 seconds! You'll also be able to choose from two driving modes, which includes Normal and Sport. Sport Mode in particular is perfect for reducing intervention of traction and stability control functions. It also increases steering weight, sharpens throttle response, and improves shift crispness.

Can you tell me about the design?

The first, and perhaps most vital part of the Supra's design is the 50:50 weight balance. This aerodynamic balance helps to make sure that speed and handling are top priorities with this sports car. If you're at all worried that Toyota has forgotten about the history of the Supra, worry no more! The sports car heritage is alive and well in the 2020 Supra, as it features a double-bubble roof design, a front fascia inspired by the 4th-gen Supra, and a prominent arching rear integrated spoiler that also reflects the 4th-gen Supra. Really, this Supra is a love letter to Toyota sports cars of the past. But that doesn't mean that this sports car can't stand on its own. Six-lens LED headlights, which integrate daytime running lamps and turn signal functions, create distinctive lighting signatures that help transform the Supra into a unique addition to the Toyota lineup. 

What is the history of the Supra?

This sports car was originally introduced in 1978, and it was simply a six-cylinder premium version of the Celica. A few short years later, Toyota started to create the Supra separately from the Celica. It wasn't until 1986 that the Supra started to take on a style of its own, and just one year later, the Mk. III debuted with a Turbo upgrade! The fourth-generation of the Supra came around in 1993, which is otherwise known as the Mk. IV or the A80. This vehicle completely transformed the sports car hierarchy, and had the ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under 5 seconds. It was produced until 2002, and now the fifth-generation Supra has arrived!

As the 2020 Toyota Supra makes its way to dealerships, be sure to check out the rest of our new Toyota inventory! Every Toyota is crafted with care, and the designs of these vehicles are enough to prove that. The long wait for the Supra is over, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy other vehicles as well.

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