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Toyota Supra Review
About the Toyota Supra
Toyota Supra is a sports car produced by Japan-based automaker Toyota Motor Corporation. Production was first started in the late '70s and today it is still being produced with its current version. The new generation Supra went into production in 2019 under the name G29. Created by the Nobuo Nakamura and Tetsuya Tada duo, the car has in many ways common features with the BMW Z4. Compared to the previous generation Supra, the new generation has a much smaller but more dynamic design. In particular, it’s sharp body lines and aerodynamic details give the car a sporty look and an aggressive character. When we look at the interior design, we see a very simple and detailed design. Especially the customizable colour scheme looks extremely attractive.
Toyota Supra Technical Specifications and Fuel Consumption
The technical specifications and fuel consumption of the Toyota Supra are our focus in this section. In this regard, we need to talk about details such as the engine options and fuel consumption of the Toyota Supra. However, while talking about these details, we limit the engine options under two categories in order not to bore you. These categories are; The Best Fuel-Economy and Most Popular engine options. However, Toyota Supra has only one standard engine option such as 3.0. The engine has a volume of 2998 cm3. The 3.0 has a six-cylinder mech structure and has a power generation capacity of 340 horsepower. With this power it produces, it reaches from 0 to 100 km in just 4 seconds. The maximum speed level can go up to 250 km/h. The 6500 RPM torque force is another detail that increases the performance of the car. Its 52-liter fuel tank is just enough for an engine with such a high performance. According to the official factory data, 3.0 has got a 9,0lt/100km (which refers to 31 MPG in the UK) mpg performance in Urban usage. However, this fuel consumption rate decreasing to 6,0lt/100km (which refers to 47 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage such as Highways or Long-Distance Trip. When we combine these mpg data, we get a 7,0lt/100km (which refers to 40 MPG in the UK) average mpg performance.