I have been delighted in the spectacular week I’ve spent with the Toyota Supra 3.0 premium. Underneath the hood is a 3.0-liter twin-scroll turbo inline 6. It makes 382 horsepower and 368-pound feet of torque.
It’s mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. It’s a drive experience that is outstanding.
What’s great about the Toyota Supra is a joint German and Japanese engineering team. BMW and Toyota collaborated on development. The Supra is co-developed with the BMW Z4, which is also an incredible driving machine. What I could say about the Supra is the handling is exceptional.
I drove on I-95 from the Washington Metropolitan area to the Baltimore Inner Harbor. I also drove on I-97 across the Bay Bridge to Kent Island and westward to West Virginia on I-81. My jaunt also took me to western parts of Maryland on I-70. The rumble note is robust. The firm handling was exceptional.
The suspension dynamics have been truly engaging and swift. It is the quintessential sports car. It is also fuel-efficient. it gets an EPA-rated 30 miles per gallon on the highway. The fit and finish, the seats, and the internal touches are impeccable.
The JBL sound system has been stunning. They’re 12 speakers. I tested the sound by listening to my song Paradise. It also has Apple Car Play and Android Auto. There’s wireless charging and you also get connected services with Toyota. That comes with an 8.8-inch touchscreen navigation system.
I loved the beautiful Nitro yellow paint It popped during the lovely Spring week I spent in the Supra. The base price starts at $54,490.
With a few options, it came out to a total price of $57,210 delivered. For more information visit www.Toyota.com