4.1  Sec.
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365  lb-ft

What's New for the 2020 Toyota GR Supra?

Toyota is proud to reveal their all-new 2020 GR Supra, as it is the first new Supra in the USA after more than two decades. It's designed to be a pure expression of a sports car's performance with a beautiful look and amazing new features. Changes to the GR Supra's design range from a stunning new aesthetic to beautiful jewel-like headlights; the design is also focused on promoting the aerodynamics of this beautiful vehicle, as its wide grille channels air directly to its powerful engine. The "double-bubble" roof also adds essential interior space while reducing drag.

Toyota also blended the traditional racing cockpit with amazing modern features in their new GR Supra. It has an HD color display that delivers crucial information to the driver, like a shift-timing indicator and a tachometer. The display can also project navigation routes and state which music is currently playing. All of this is a serious modern update to the classic Supra design and it's a welcome addition to the amazing Supra lineage.

2020 Toyota Supra Interior

2020 GR Supra Trims and Features

The 2020 GR Supra will be available in base and premium trims; it also has an exclusive launch edition with unique colors. All the grades will share the same engine power, but the premium edition features a larger 8.8-inch display with navigation and telematics services; It also has a 12-speaker audio system, Apple CarPlay, wireless phone charging, and heated leather seats. The base trim has a smaller 6.5-inch display and Alacantra seats. Lastly, the exclusive launch edition will come with the same features as the premium package, red mirror caps, the unique production number and colors like Nocturnal Black, Absolute Zero White and Renaissance Red 2.0; only 1,500 launch edition models are available.

Both the base and premium trims feature Phantom Matte Gray, Downshift Blue, Nitro Yellow, Tungsten Silver, Turbulence Gray and the standard Renaissance Red as color options.

2020 GR Supra Horsepower

2020 Toyota SupraThe 2020 Toyota GR Supra packs a powerful 3.0-liter turbocharged twin-scroll inline six engine under its hood that boasts millimeter precision. It has a top speed of 155 miles per hour, goes from zero to 60 in 4.1 seconds and is rated at 335 horsepower; it also has 364 pounds per foot of torque. The engine's performance is further enhanced by the Supra's 50:50 weight distribution and an optimized center of gravity. It also has powerful front brakes designed by Brembo to give its driver complete control of its speed.

Its entire design focuses on it being a great everyday sports car while also being a powerful car on the racetrack. It's designed with incredibly quick and sensitive engine response times, as its torque will come on strong even at low engine speeds; this is thanks to the powerful combination of direct fuel injection, variable timing, and its insanely powerful twin-scroll turbocharged engine.

2020 GR Supra Safety

2020 Toyota SupraThis sports car is equipped with features that keep its driver and their passengers safe at all times. It has a forward and rear-end collision warning system, pedestrian and obstacle detection that will automatically apply emergency braking, steering assistance with lane departure warnings, road sign assistance and automatic high beams. Other safety and convenience features for its driver include adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, cross traffic alerts, and parking sonar.

Visit our dealership in Phoenix to experience the all-new GR Supra with a test drive soon!

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