After disappearing from Toyota showrooms for more than 20 years, the brand’s iconic Supra returns as a 2020 model. An all-new fifth-generation version of Toyota’s iconic two-seat sports car goes on sale this July. Toyota is looking to the low-slung, expressively designed rear-drive Supra to add a little spice to its lineup. It’s no coincidence that the production version of the Supra arrives in the U.S. just in time to become the face of Toyota’s NASCAR Infinity effort in the U.S.
The new Supra shares its engine, drivetrain, and basic platform with the also-new BMW Z4 roadster. The two sports cars will be assembled by master contract car builder Magna-Steyr in Graz, Austria. Officially, Toyota’s fastback coupe is called the Gazoo Racing Supra or GR Supra, but few new car buyers in the U.S. are likely familiar with the Gazoo (pronounced like WA-zoo, not Ka-ZOO) name. Including the $930 destination charge, Toyota is pricing the base Supra 3.0 at $50,920, the 3.0 Premium at $54,920, and (for the first 1,500 units sold in the U.S. only) the Launch Edition at $56,180.