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Toyota is not typically a name that is mentioned among the likes of Lamborghini and Bugatti, but that all changes with the all-new 2020 Toyota Supra for sale. After ten years of speculation and anticipation, the beloved rear-wheel-drive-equipped Japanese sports car has been revived. Starting at just under $50,000 with an estimated fuel economy of 24/31 miles per gallon, the fifth-generation Supra is a daily driver in the form of a sports car. From the outside, the Supra is almost unrecognizable as a Toyota. It is built on the platform of the BMW Z4 and, thus, has little in common with flagship models such as the Camry and the Corolla in terms of outward appearance. Instead, it boasts the curvaceous, yet muscular, chassis one would expect of a dreamy luxury coupe all the way down to its arched and integrated rear spoiler. Despite this lust-worthy twist and its German-inspired roots, the Supra proves to be as reliable as other models in the Toyota lineup. Underneath the extended hood, a turbocharged 3.0-liter Inline-Six engine is housed. It draws out 335 horsepower and 365 pound-foot of torque. Power is dispersed through an eight-speed automatic transmission, which pushes the Supra to a maximum speed of 155 miles per hour. While the Toyota Supra is not the fastest or the most powerful sports car available on the market today, it is one of the most capable in its price range. Drivers will also be delighted to find that the new Toyota Supra is equipped with all of the top commodities found in higher-end luxury sports cars, such as an 8.8-inch infotainment touchscreen, head-up display and even Apple CarPlay.