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- 14.9km/L 255bhp 8-speed (A)
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- 13km/L 335bhp 8-speed (A)
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Toyota GR Supra
4 stars - based on 5 reviews
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Car Review - Toyota GR Supra 3.0 (A)
Yes, it may contain many BMW parts, but the new Toyota Supra manages to still feel special, thanks to its beautiful looks and sharp dynamics.
Best Coupe of the Year  
Long awaited Supra since the last production car in August 2002, we had welcome the new J29, Toyota GR Supra from March 2019. Superb 2.0 litre turbocharged in-line four engine with smooth 8-speed ZF automatic transmission.
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Closest successor to the Z4 M coupe  
Love it or hate it, there is nothing on the road that looks like it. It's street presence is undeniable. While the styling cues are typically linked back to Toyota sports cars of the past, I can't help but see flashes of the E86 Z4 coupe in the design. Especially the rear haunches. You only fully appreciate this car when you push it on the road. No grandma test drives will do it justice. The handling is excellent - take a fast corner and the chassis asks for more.The engine is silky smooth like an inline 6 should be. And it has one of the best engines BMW has ever built. Plus enough power on tap to give you whiplash on hard acceleration. No kidding here. The platform is also truly dedicated to the Supra and Z4 only. Even earlier Z4s were based off the 3 series platform. The interior is not as luxe as the new Z4, but it's beautiful in its own way - the carbon fiber console is gorgeous and everything is kept simple, clever and neat. Just how a modern, driver's car should be. Even with one generation old BMW tech, it's better than most Japanese car functionality. I can't imagine why anyone would save 20k for the 2.0L when you get so many extras with the 3.0L AD version.
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