Review of the 2020 Toyota Supra GTS in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. THE SUPRA has been Toyota’s performance flagship since the 1978 A40 with a 92kW engine, originally based on the Celica coupe but lengthened to accept a 6-cylinder engine instead of a
BMW DNA in a swoopy Toyota sports car shell marks the revival of one of Toyota’s most legendary sports cars, the Supra.
The first batch of 2020 Toyota Supra GT and GTS models (150 units) allocated to Australia has sold out in just 22 minutes via an online ballot system.
Paul Horrell’s first drive 2020 Toyota Supra Review with Price, Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Infotainment, Safety, Verdict and Score.
The 2020 Toyota Supra will go on-sale in Australia in September with two variants offered and prices starting at $84,900+ORCs.
Toyota bosses in Europe have admitted the second-generation Toyota 86 will go ahead, and still in partnership with Subaru with the sports car to sit below the Supra.
The all-new 2020 Toyota Supra has been revealed overnight after a very long wait and a very long tease as well as several leaks. Has it been worth the wait?
Toyota Germany may have just made a boo-boo by allegedly releasing images of the all-new Toyota Supra to people signing up to receive more information about the thing.
As Practical Motoring reported last week, Toyota Australia has been testing the all-new Supra on local roads ahead of its official reveal next year.
Following the overnight leaked image of the all-new 2020 Toyota Supra, a prototype has been spotted today secretly testing in Australia.
The all-new 2019 Toyota Supra will be revealed in production form at the Detroit Motor Show in January and arrive in Australia in the second-half of 2019.
The 2019 Toyota Supra will make its driving debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this coming weekend ahead of the camouflage being ripped off the thing.
Toyota has tweeted an image of the all-new 2019 Toyota Supra saying it will be revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this month and a Supra will race in NASCAR’s Xfinity series.
What is alleged by some publications to be a brochure of Toyota’s upcoming sports car, inspired from its FT-1 concept, turns out to be fake news.