It’s been a few years since the Supra rejoined the Toyota lineup after a long hiatus, but despite our growing familiarity, the 2022 Supra remains one of our favorite sports cars.
The Supra’s performance potential, its suspension is forgiving enough to drive every day. Its steering is accurate, weighted and direct, enhancing its fun-to-drive personality.
The latter includes two turbocharged engines, a standard 255-hp 2.0 liter four-cylinder and an optional 382-hp 3.0 liter inline-six.
The four-cylinder model hit 60 mph in 4.7 seconds on our test track. That’s faster than the Supra’s German cousin, which hits 60 mph in 5.0 seconds.
The Supra also boasts an impressive list of standard features including heated front seats navigation and adaptive cruise control.
Comes with a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine with EPA ratings of 25 MPG city and 32 highways. more powerful Supra 3.0 still has decent ratings at 22 MPG city and 30 highways.
Speaking of the infotainment system, the Supra’s central display is an 8.8-inch unit with a very light redesigned version of BMW’s latest drive interface.