2020 Toyota Supra will get 31 mpg EPA freeway score

After ready for what looks like an eternity, the 2020 Toyota Supra is sort of able to hit the highway. We’re nonetheless ready to drive the factor — in one thing aside from prototype guise, anyway — however now, another piece of the puzzle has been revealed.

According to a sharp-eyed Twitter consumer, the official 2020 Toyota Supra gasoline financial system numbers have been launched, which we verified on the EPA’s web site Wednesday. They aren’t too shabby both: 24 mpg within the metropolis, 31 mpg freeway and 26 mpg mixed. That’s with a 335-horsepower, turbocharged inline-six engine underhood, managed by an eight-speed computerized transmission.

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Those are fairly aggressive numbers. At its finest, a 2019 Ford Mustang achieves EPA rankings of 21 mpg metropolis, 32 mpg freeway and 25 mpg mixed — that is with the two.Three-liter turbocharged inline-four engine and a 10-speed computerized transmission. The best 2019 Chevrolet Corvette carries EPA rankings of 16 mpg metropolis, 25 mpg freeway and 19 mpg mixed, although in fact, it additionally comes with a 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 underneath its hood.

The BMW Z4, with which the brand new Supra shares most of its underpinnings, hasn’t been EPA-rated in its six-cylinder M40i guise simply but. The less-powerful (however nonetheless pretty), four-cylinder sDrive30i mannequin, nonetheless, is estimated to return 25 mpg metropolis, 32 mpg freeway and 28 mpg mixed.

As at all times, your mileage might fluctuate.