The 2019 Detroit Auto Show brings forth the new 2020 Toyota Supra. We last saw the Supra in 1998–but CarGurus shoppers haven’t lost interest in this car. (more…)
On the surface it looks like a choice between two equals, like choosing between Coke in a can or Coke in a bottle. Sure, the packaging’s a little different, but the product is the same. Right?
The Supra has been elevated to cult-like status, fueled by rumors of the comeback of a modern version. The Celica Supra, though, was a different beast than the Supra it became.
One was a fun and powerful sports car, the other was an understated luxurious small car. Either would be a great used find, but I have one I’d much prefer to own.