Going All Sporty: The 2020 Toyota Supra GR Review

Going All Sporty: The 2020 Toyota Supra GR Review

The highly expected and anticipated, Toyota Supra is back for the 2020 model year. Take a look at what to expect from the fifth-generation Supra.

The GR Supra models:

Areas of excellence: Handling, Acceleration and Braking.



$49,990 starting

3.0 Premium

$53,990 starting


Launch Edition

$55,250 starting


3.0-liter twin-scroll turbocharged inline-6
335 horsepower @ 5,000-6,500 rpm
365 lb-ft of torque @ 1,600-4,500 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 24/31 mpg



  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Cruise Control
  • Hands Free Phone
  • Navigation System
  • Remote Keyless Entry
  • Proximity Sensing Keyless Entry
  • Push-Button Engine Start
  • Smartphone Interface
  • Touch Screen Monitor
  • USB Port

Comfort & Convenience

Integrated Garage Door Opener


0 to 60: 4.1 seconds

Top Speed: 155 mph

Horsepower: 335 @ 5000 rpm | Torque: 365 @ 1600 rpm

Engine: 6-Cyl, Turbo, 3.0 Liter


Alloy Wheels

Number of Doors: 2 doors

LED Headlights

Power Folding Exterior Mirrors


Basic: 3 years/36000 miles | Powertrain: 5 years/60000 miles | Corrosion: 5 years/Unlimited miles


  • iPod Connector
  • Premium Radio
  • Satellite Radio
  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio


  • Dual Power Front Seats
  • Leather Seats
  • Power Driver’s Seat

Fuel Economy

City: 24 MPG | Highway: 31 MPG | Combined: 26 MPG


Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel

Power Windows

Rear Window Defroster

Steering Wheel Controls

Tilt Steering Wheel

Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel


Drivetrain: RWD

Transmission Type: Automatic


Recommended Fuel: Premium

All three trims can be fitted with a Driver Assist Package ($1,195) that brings full-speed adaptive cruise control, rear cross-traffic alert, a blind-spot monitor, sonar park assist and rear-collision warning.

All Supra models come with an eight-speed automatic and are offered only with rear-wheel drive. The Supra goes from zero to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and zero to 100 mph in only 9.5. Not just this, it is one of the reliable cars in terms of its fuel economy with 31 mpg on highway, 24 mpg in city, and 26 mpg combined. It is basically more efficient then the cars like Cayman GTS, and the M2.

All three models have a ground clearance of 4.5 inches and Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.

The 3.0 model has standard pedals whereas the rest two models have sport pedals and heated seats.

Choose what suits you best

3.0, the least expensive model includes an electronic rear differential, adaptive dampers, 19-inch alloy wheels, smart-key fob with push-button start, heated power-folding mirrors with driver’s-side auto-dimming, active exhaust, rain-sensing wipers, 8.8-inch color LCD gauge cluster, dual automatic climate control, 6.5-inch touch-screen display, 10-speaker audio, satellite radio, Bluetooth, a rearview camera, forward-collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning and auto high beams.

The 2020 Toyota Supra’s electronic rear differential does a fantastic job getting power to the ground, most notably when punching the accelerator.

3.0 Premium brings an 8.8-inch wide-format touch screen, navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay, heated leather seats, wireless phone charging, a color head-up display and a 12-speaker 500-watt JBL audio system. The top-end Launch Edition is limited to just 1,500 cars and comes in red, black or white with unique matte-black wheels.

Limited to just 1500 units, each GR Supra Launch Edition comes standard with red mirror caps, unique matte black wheels and an individually numbered interior carbon-fiber badge.


Inspired by the classic Toyota 2000 GT, the 2020 model features a double bubble roof. The design allows for more head room inside, while also allowing air flow. Its sculpted front end is inserted with superior headlights and LED rear taillights. With Supra comes standard, an automatic high beam feature. Also, a big thumbs-up goes to the raised decklid.

The Driving experience with the GR

Supra’s engine delivers its power smoothly, while the 8-speed automatic makes quick work of gear changes in both automatic and manual mode.

The Supra lacks a manual transmission, but the paddle shifters allow the driver to change gears without removing one hand from the wheel, earning a point.

In the corners, the GR Supra’s big 19-inch wheels and electronic rear differential make certain the car remains planted, although when in Sport mode you can easily get the rear wheels to step out, which is always fun.

Features and Interior

Much of the Toyota‘s interior is shared with the Z4, so those familiar with BMW will be able to relate with the Supra more. Both of the cars share a platform, powertrain, suspension components and interior bits like the multimedia system. With a cozy but comfortable fit, almost anyone can fit in the Supra, even taller drivers and passengers. Both driver and passenger enjoy 14-way power-adjustable seats with 4-way power lumbar support, with the driver’s seat getting a memory setting as well.

Touchscreen infotainment system: It features a 6.5-inch display, but a larger 8.8-inch display with navigation and Apple CarPlay capability is also available. Toyota’s touch screen infotainment is even easier to use than BMW’s iDrive, which is essentially what you get in the Premium trim.




Q. Is SUPRA 2020 worth it?

Yes. If you’re looking for the design, performance and acceleration of an expensive sports car, but need a reliable car and pricing for which Toyota is well known, the 2020 Toyota GR Supra has what it takes to make Porsche, Audi and even BMW shoppers think twice.

Q. When can I buy supra car near me?

Buy the 2020 GR Supra at dealerships near you. Check out the link below to buy the GR Supra sports car near you.

Q. Who bought First 2020 Supra?

Dealer Who Paid $2.1 Million at Charity Auction Picks Up First 2020 Toyota Supra to Roll Off Production Line.

Q. Which is better Supra GR or BMW Z4?

The six-cylinder Supra easily outruns the four-cylinder Z4, and ends up costing less – as it should. The GR Supra base model (3.0) starts at: $49,990.  The other models- 3.0 Premium and Launch Edition stand at $53,990 and $55,250 respectively.

Though, the Z4 M40i is faster, more powerful and more luxurious than the Toyota, but its open-roofed pleasures put it in another pricing league altogether. If money is an object, the Toyota Supra wins.

Q. Does the Supra has back seats?

Unlike all previous Supra models, the 2020 Toyota Supra is a 2-seater.

Q. What does the GR stands for in GR Supra?

GR stands for Gazoo Racing.

Q. Is Supra a reliable car?

Well, yes. Supra is one of the reliable cars in terms of its fuel economy with 31 mpg on highway, 24 mpg in city, and 26 mpg combined. It is basically more efficient then the cars like Cayman GTS, and the M2.

Areas of excellence: Handling, Acceleration and Braking.