10 Things You Need to Know About the 2020 Toyota Supra

This is the all-new Toyota Supra it’s the fifth generation of Toyotas high-tech sports car. Here are the top ten things you need to know about it.

1.Styling

The Supra’s long bonnet and stubby rear give it a classic sports car shape. It looks busier than Tokyo Station in rush hour. It’s as if the body has been shrink-wrapped over the car and then slashed at by convulsing ninja.

2. Engine

The old Supra was fitted with Toto’s legendary – jay-z engine and it was famous for producing lots of horsepowers once the tuners got their hands on it. However, the engine fitted to this new Supra well it’s not one for the Toyota purists as actually. Toyota hasn’t even bothered to cover up the BMW badges in the engine bay. It’s not as though a bill to be badger an engine is necessarily a bad thing how is it.

3. Performance

Some diehard superfans may be a bit upset by yet another Japanese German alliance. You can’t argue with the performance. The turbocharged three-liter straight-six produces 340 horsepower. 500 Newton meters of torque with the help of launch control. An 8-speed automatic gearbox that’s enough to fire the Supra from naught to 60 in just 4.7. That’s actually quicker than a BM to do into competition back with 410 horse cart FYI.

4. Cockpit

Apparently, the Super’s interior has been modeled in the cockpit of a single-seater race car. It does not suitably snug and sporty the large infotainment screen behind the steering wheel. Its 3d rev counter is super cool. You also get brilliant visibility at the front which should make it easy to place the car in corners.

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5. Price

Prices for the Toyota Supra are expected to start from around 53,000 pounds only 900 cars will be available in Europe in 2019.

6. Driving

The Toyota Supra steel and aluminum construction don’t sound all that sophisticated. It’s actually more rigid than Anna Lexus LFA s hi-tech carbon fiber chassis. It also has a perfect 50:50 weight distribution, 19-inch lightweight forged alloy wheels, adaptive variable suspension, and high-performance brakes. There are no excuses for it not being fun to drive don’t disappoint us Toyota.

7. Practicality

The Supra only has room for two people but the seats have been designed specifically to hold you tighter during hard cornering. It’s not nice you’ll also be able to bring along a decent amount of luggage in the 290-liter boot. Which incidentally is actually more room than you get in a Yaris boot.

8. Differential

One of the cleverest parts of the Toyota Supra is its electronic active differential. It’s controlled by a dedicated computer that takes into account things like steering, angle, brake and throttle inputs, your race and engine speeds. This should help make the car be more stable under braking and improve corner exiting traction. Of course, it short makes it easy to drift as well.

9. Models

The Toyota Supra has a 2 model range to keep it nice and simple. The entry-level car is called active which is an okay name for a Corolla but not great for a sports car. Anyhow it gets too big infotainment screens, Alcantara seats, adaptive cruise control, a 10 speakers stereo, and enough safety kit to prevent overconfidently. Yet underskilled drivers from ending up in a ditch. The premium car adds black leather, a 12 speaker, JBL sound system, a wireless phone charging pad, and a heads-up display.

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10. Maths

Toyota went into full geek mode when it developed the Supra. It has devised what it calls the golden ratio. Now, this is the relationship between the length of a cause wheelbase and its tire width. If you can get this ratio between 1.5 and 1.6 you get the best balance of agility and stability naturally. The Supra gets a figure of 1.5 5 so bang in the middle of that perfect range.

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