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2020 Toyota Supra: Everything You Need to Know

2020 Toyota Supra

Toyota’s revival of the Supra performance coupe after more than two decades was one of the most anticipated automobile unveilings in recent years, and after a whole lot of teasing, the sheet finally came off in January at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Reaction to the new look was love-it-or-hate it — but the real question was how it would perform.

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It already was known that the Supra was co-developed with BMW alongside the 2019 BMW Z4 roadster, and that the two cars share a powertrain, chassis components and interior bits. But they parted ways for independent final development and tuning. They are also being built separately, with the Supra put together by Magna Steyr, a third-party production company, in Austria.

How did it turn out? The reborn Supra goes on sale this summer, but we’ve already gotten to drive it on the street and on a track, as well as pore over the pricing, specs, interior, tech and materials. Check out our comprehensive roundup of coverage for everything you need to know about the 2020 Toyota Supra right here: 

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2020 Toyota Supra First Drive: More Than the Sum of Its Parts 

Video: 2020 Toyota Supra: First Drive

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2020 Toyota Supra Will Be Pricey but Not Supra-Expensive

2019 BMW Z4 First Drive: Will You Be Loved?

That Time We Saw the 2020 Toyota Supra Naked

Video: 2020 Toyota Supra: First Look

2020 Toyota Supra: It Better Drive Well

2019 Detroit Auto Show Winners and Losers

Auto Show Face-Off: 2020 Toyota Supra Vs. 2019 Ford Mustang GT

2020 Toyota Supra Comes in 8 Colors: Which Will You Choose?

Return of the Toyota Supra: 3 Things We Gotta Have

Sheet to Come Off 2020 Toyota Supra at Detroit Auto Show

New Toyota Supra Is Coming First Half of 2019, Later in the U.S.

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