Clear your calendar. Call in sick. Get a babysitter for the kids. After more than five years of hype, the 2020 Toyota Supra has finally arrived. Starting today, customers can purchase the Supra at dealerships nationwide.
As we reported earlier, the base Supra starts at $50,920, and comes with a reasonable number of standard features. These include a 6.5-inch display with Bluetooth, Alcantara seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual automatic climate control, rain sensing windshield wipers, keyless smart entry, and a safety suite including a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, and automatic high beams.
The Premium upgrades to an 8.8-inch touchscreen with navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay compatibility, a head-up display, a 12-speaker JBL sound system, and heated, leather-trimmed seats—all for a price of $54,920. The first 1,500 copies of the Supra are Launch Edition models based on the Premium grade and are priced from $56,180. On these models, you’ll find special cosmetic touches such as red mirror caps, 19-inch black alloy wheels, and red sport seats if paired with a white or black exterior and black seats when a red exterior is selected.
Only a few packages are available in the lineup, including a $1,195 Driver Assist package that adds full-speed adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, and parking sensors.
All Supras pack a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six good for—allegedly—335 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque. This engine pairs to an eight-speed automatic transmission. In our recent First Test, we clocked the Supra hitting 60 mph in 3.9 seconds, ahead of the manufacturer’s estimate of 4.1 seconds. As we found out in a three-way comparison test, the Supra is a hair quicker than the 2019 BMW M2 Competition and 2018 Porsche 718 Cayman.
Still deciding how you’d have your perfect Supra? The configurator is now up, so you can build yours in red, yellow, blue, gray, silver, white, or black. No matter the spec, it’s exciting that we’ll finally start seeing the Supra out on the road.
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