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The 2020 Toyota Supra Is Finally in Dealerships

Car and Driver logo Car and Driver 7/22/2019 Daniel Golson
a car parked in front of a brick building: The 2020 Toyota Supra is the first pure sports car from Toyota in more than a decade. Okay, there was the 86, but let's face it, everyone who drove one of those four seaters wanted another 100 horsepower. The Supra has two seats and an extra 130 ponies.

Almost eight months after being revealed (and after many more years of speculation and anticipation), the 2020 Toyota Supra is finally available to purchase in dealerships across the United States.

The first 1500 Supras to be sold to customers will be the Launch Edition model, which we've already said would be our pick of the litter. It's positioned at the top of the Supra lineup with a $56,180 starting price, and it gets special design touches including black wheels, red mirror caps, and an available red interior. If you were hoping to nab the very first one, though, you're out of luck. Supra number 1 was sold at auction in January for $2.1 million, benefiting the American Heart Association and the Bob Woodruff Foundation.

a car parked in a parking lot: The first 1500 cars to be sold will be the Launch Edition, which costs $56,180.© Toyota The first 1500 cars to be sold will be the Launch Edition, which costs $56,180.

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Once those 1500 cars are all sold, lower-end versions of the Supra will become available. The Supra will come in both 3.0 and 3.0 Premium trims, with the base 3.0 priced at $50,920. Standard features include automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning, keyless entry, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

Stepping up to the $54,920 3.0 Premium nets items including a larger touchscreen, a head-up display, heated leather seats, and a better audio system. Both trims are available with a Driver Assist package that adds adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and parking sensors.


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