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2020 Toyota GR Supra Sold Out In the UK

As expected of the GR Supra, “there will be 300 owners in the UK during the first year of the car’s launch.” All of them are spoken for despite the fact production in Graz, Austria started a handful of days ago.
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No fewer than 900 have been allocated for Europe in 2019, and yes, every last one of them has sold out as well. As far as pricing is concerned, the United Kingdom gets the GR Supra from £52,695 while the A90 Edition levels up to £56,945 on-the-road. Care to guess how much the Z4 costs in this part of the world?

The BMW-badged sibling is £36,990 in the UK, capable of 149 miles per hour and 6.6 seconds from naught to 62 miles per hour. Of course, the M40i is more expensive, packing more suck-squeeze-bang-blow than the entry-level variant. The Supra, on the other hand, comes with the 340-horsepower B58 inline-six turbo engine from the get-go, hence the higher starting price.

500 Nm of torque allows the rear-wheel-drive coupe to accelerate to 62 mph in 4.3 seconds, and if you keep your foot planted to the loud pedal, the ZF 8HP transmission allows you to hit 155 mph. Before you do that, make sure you’re driving on the race track or on the Autobahn.

Toyota of UK lists seven exterior colors for the GR Supra, starting with Prominence Red. The others are Black Metallic, White Metallic, Deep Blue Metallic, Silver Metallic, Ice Grey Metallic, and the eye-catching Lightning Yellow. An 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Supra Connect comes standard, together with Smart Entry and push-button start.

A digital combi-meter and head-up display are standard on the 3.0-liter Pro trim level, but you’ll have to wait until 2020 for that model to arrive in the United Kingdom. Looking at the bigger picture, it’s hard to understand why Toyota is limiting production numbers instead of allowing Supra enthusiasts to buy the car in all variants possible, right now.

Exclusivity and heritage? Forget that, the A90 doesn’t live up to the hype nor does it compare to the previous generation of the Supra. You know, the one with the 2JZ engine?

 
 
 
 
 

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