The sole variant of the 2020 Supra available right now in the U.S. market is the Launch Edition and has an MSRP of $56,205, according to Toyota. Yet, one dealer thinks he can shift a slightly used one for three times as much.
With Toyota Supra deliveries now kicking off, tuning companies have started to work their magic on the Japanese car manufacturer's all-new sports car and some very fast 2020 Supras have started to hit drag stripes around the world.
A very powerful 2009 Nissan GT-R was set loose at the Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds in Florida five months ago, in almost perfect conditions, achieving an impressive speed during its standing mile run.
The 2020 Toyota Supra has started to land in the hands of customers in the U.S., and one owner recently drove his car directly from the dealership to a drag strip 700 miles away to see what the Japanese sports car is capable of.
Our time spent with the 2020 Toyota Supra confirmed that the sports car is an absolute blast to drive and new performance testing of the car shows that it is actually quicker than the Japanese carmaker claims.
Finding an original Mazda MX-5 is becoming increasingly difficult thanks to its popularity and iconic status, so when we came across this 9K-mile 1993 Limited Edition example we felt a little weak in the knees.