2020 Supra Pre-Creation Model:
"It's a genuine hoot to drive. I had one evening to test the vehicle, including a bunch of laps at Jarama Race Circuit and an hour or so summiting the winding mountain streets of rustic Spain. It was only enough to make me need more
Out on the barrettes of Jarama, that short wheelbase makes the Supra glad to rotate. You feel the thing squirm around somewhat under braking, particularly toward the finish of the straightaway where you're playing with 140 mph. Moving on novel compound Michelin Pilot Super Games (255s in advance, 275s in the back, on overhaul 19-inch haggles) versatile dampers, the nearby coupled vehicle feels perky and drawing in, never squirrely.
It additionally feels strongly un-turbocharged. Last alignment is as yet being done—notwithstanding imparting its motor to the Z4, the Supra will have novel drivetrain programming—however I'm told this single-turbo motor maximizes at somewhat more than seven psi of lift. The torque goes ahead right on time and never truly drops off; not at all like some turbo powerplants, this motor rewards a run right to its 6500-rpm redline, and except if you're requesting full lift at 50 mph in top apparatus, you'll never get the turbo dozing at work."