Yes, there’s one more teaser for the new Toyota Supra before its reveal.
On Monday, January 14, the new Toyota Supra will finally reveal itself to the world in Detroit. It’s strange, frankly, since it seems like the debut has already happened. Toyota has teased the new Supra time and time and time again. On top of that, we’ve seen leaks of the front end and the rear end of the production car in the flesh. Then, thanks to Toyota Germany, we had our first ‘official’ full look. Now, though, it’s real: the 2020 Toyota Supra is upon us.
Fortunately, we only have to wallow in our speculation for a few more days before we can reveal all its details. This will be the first production Supra to emerge in nearly two decades. After the legendary fourth-generation A80 left the U.S. in 1998, Toyota pulled it from the Japanese market in 2002. The last generation culminated in rear-wheel drive, twin-turbo straight-six JDM heroes like this one that just sold for a whopping $121,000.
Toyota co-developed the new Supra with BMW, which already released its side of the equation with the 2019 Z4. We’ve long had the impression that the new Supra will produce a similar amount of power to BMW’s examples. Other rumors suggested the Supra will make 335 horsepower and up to 390 lb-ft of torque (the latter figure would put it on par with the BMW Z4 M40i). The new Supra may also get a four-cylinder option, but that isn’t a given.
Of course, TFL will be at this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. We’ll be on hand to cover all the most important news from the show, including the 2020 Toyota Supra. Stay tuned to TFLcar.com for more updates!