With DNA sourced directly from the legendary 2000 GT, each and every Supra has shared the same core fundamentals: a smooth inline-six up front, Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) and a modern chassis. As Toyota’s purest expression of performance, Supra has redefined the sports car time and time again. And, as we prepare to launch the next chapter of Supra, let’s revisit the past to see how the marque evolved from grand tourer to pure driver’s car.
See how the 2020 Toyota GR Supra Premium compares against the 2020 Nissan 370z Coupe NISMO 7A/T. When it comes to Fuel Economy, the GR Supra Premium’s Fuel Economy (city) is 24 mpg while the 370z Coupe NISMO 7A/T is 19 mpg. The GR Supra Premium also has a Fuel Economy (highway) of 31 mpg while the 370z Coupe NISMO 7A/T is 26 mpg. Additionally, the Cargo capacity of the GR Supra at 10.2 is 3.3 cuft more than the 370z Coupe NISMO 7A/T.