Here Are All the 2020 Toyota Supra's Prices, Trim Levels, Colors, and Options
Toyota's coupe with a standard inline-six costs about the same as its four-cylinder BMW Z4 sibling.
The 2020 Toyota Suprais finally here, and the official numbers are rolling in. The new sports car starts at $50,920, and all models come with a BMW-sourced turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six and an eight-speed automatic transmission. Compared with its sibling, the droptop BMW Z4, the Toyota hardtop is shaping up to be the better value. It is priced only $225 higher than the Z4 30i, which comes with a significantly less powerful turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine.
Here are all the pricing details on the Supra's trim levels and option packages.
The baseSupra 3.0 ($50,920)includes these features as standard:
• 6.5-inch display screen with Bluetooth and USB
• Faux-suede power seats with memory
• Forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking
• Automatic high-beams
• Dual-zone automatic climate control
• Adaptive dampers
• Rain-sensing wipers
• Keyless entry and push-button start
JBL audio and a navigation system are part of an option package ($2460), and numerous active-safety features, including adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring, come in the optional Driver Assist package ($1195).
The 3.0 Premium ($54,920)adds the following:
• 8.8-inch touchscreen with navigation and Apple CarPlay
• 12-speaker JBL audio system
• Head-up display
• Heated leather seats
The Launch Edition ($56,180) comprises the first 1500 cars in the U.S., is available either in white, black or red, and has visual tweaks including:
• Red mirror caps
• Black 19-inch wheels
• Red leather interior (only available with black or white exterior)
• Commemorative plaque on dashboard with number in series
Both the 3.0 Premium and the Launch Edition are offered with the same $1195 Driver Assist package as the base car.
Exterior colors are:
• Renaissance Red 2.0
• Nitro Yellow ($400)
• Downshift Blue
• Absolute Zero White
• Tungsten Silver
• Turbulence Gray
• Nocturnal Black
• Phantom Matte Gray ($1200, pictured below)
The very first Supra to roll off the production line at Magna-Steyr in Austria will cross the block for charity at the Barrett-Jackson auction on January 19 in Arizona, and it'll be a one-off combination of the Phantom Matte Gray exterior with the Launch Edition's red mirrors, black wheels, and red interior. Its dashboard plaque will designate it as 1 of 1500. After that, Toyota dealers will take orders for the other 1499 Launch edition models. Other models will presumably follow by a few months.