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Brand-New Toyota Supra Revealed at Detroit Auto Show

After a 21 year wait, Toyota fans finally had their first look at the brand-new 2020 Toyota Supra when it was revealed this week at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Learn more about what drivers can expect when it rolls into their local dealership later this year below.

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2020 Toyota Supra First Look: What can drivers expect?

Engine Specs

The 2020 Supra’s powertrain was inspired by past Supra models. All 2020 Supra configurations will come standard with the same 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder turbocharged engine rated at 335 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. Each engine is mated with an 8-speed automatic transmission system with paddle shifters that helps power the Supra from zero to sixty in approximately 4.1 seconds. When released this summer, it will be the fastest production model ever created by the Toyota brand.

Cabin Design

The cabin design in the 2020 Supra was built to offer drivers a great experience, whether they prefer using their new Toyota as a daily driver or they save their miles for the race track. Pulling a lot of cues from the fourth-generation Supra and 1967 Toyota 2000 GT, the newest Supra model delivers a driver-focused experience with a slim dashboard, a wide field-of-view for rounding corners, and driver gauges placed where they can easily be seen at a glance. Padded center console pillars on the driver and passenger sides offer support for tight turns at high speeds. Even the seats in the 2020 Supra were designed with thrill-seeking in mind. Head restraints and shoulder bolsters accompany driver and passenger seats for a firm hold.

2020 Toyota Supra engine

2020 Toyota Supra front fascia and headlights

2020 Toyota Supra wheel close up

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Car shoppers can expect the first limited-run 2020 Toyota Supra Launch Edition models to arrive at dealerships nationwide beginning in summer of 2019. Following that, 3.0 and 3.0 Premium trims will be available for purchase. Until then, the current Toyota lineup of cars, crossovers, trucks, and SUVs is available for test drive and purchase at Ackerman Toyota in St. Louis.