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The Supra is a focused sports car that relies on the BMW Z4 platform and many of its components but features a coupe body instead of a convertible. The 3.0-liter turbo six-cylinder engine is rated at 381-hp for 2021, and is joined by a new turbo four-cylinder.
A slick eight-speed automatic transmission routes power back to the rear wheels. Sport mode sharpens responses and amplifies the exhaust sound. Handling is super-responsive and agile, and the car can be playful on a track. The ride is stiff but tolerable. Getting in and out is a chore, and visibility is severely limited by its bulging hood and tiny windows. The BMW iDrive infotainment system takes some getting used to but is logical. FCW and city-speed AEB with pedestrian detection are standard; BSW is optional.
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2020
2020 Redesign Year
The 2020 Supra is reborn as a focused sports car that relies on the BMW Z4 components. The extroverted two-seater is powered by a supersmooth and punchy 335-hp, 3.0-liter turbo six-cylinder engine from BMW.
That smooth punch is routed through a slick eight-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels. The driver can override gear choices with paddles via the steering wheel. Sport mode sharpens responses and amplifies the exhaust sound. Handling is super-responsive and agile, and the car can be playful on a track. The ride is stiff but tolerable. Getting in and out is a chore, and visibility is severely limited. The BMW iDrive infotainment system takes some getting used to but is logical. Forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and lane departure warning with steering assist are standard. Updates for 2021 include a power boost for the six-cylinder engine, and a new four-cylinder turbo model.
$49,000 - $53,375
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