All-New 2020 Toyota Supra: What You Need To Know

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Toyota’s Legendary Supra Returns With Exhilarating Performance and Stunning Form

Toyota revealed the all-new fifth-generation Supra sports car at the recent North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The car was designed in partnership with BMW and will share a platform and powertrain with the German luxury automaker’s redesigned 2019 Z4 roadster.

The highly sought-after Supra bears an obvious resemblance with the Japanese brand’s iconic 1967 Toyota 2000 GT, as well as the fourth-generation Supra, which was available in the U.S. through 1998. Toyota says it didn’t stray from the historic cars’ notable traits, including “a short wheelbase, sophisticated chassis, and high-performance inline-six-cylinder engine.” The automaker provided an early look at the Supra’s design in 2014 with its FT-1 concept car.

The Supra was originally developed as an upgraded Toyota Celica coupe that offered driving dynamics that paralleled sports cars with a substantially higher price tag. The hugely popular roadster even landed a role in the blockbuster hit movie, “The Fast and the Furious.”

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