Canadian pricing revealed for 2020 Toyota GR Supra, BMW Z4
Toyota‘s Canadian reveal of the 2020 GR Supra at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto mid-February came with an announcement regarding the car’s pricing here.
When it hits dealerships north of the border this summer, the new sports car will have a base price of $64,990.
Pricing for options – or what options would even be made available – was not revealed.
But we do know that for that money you get a 3.0-litre turbo inline-six delivering 335 horsepower and 365 lb.-ft. of torque. What you don’t get is a manual transmission option, though the rear-drive car does nip 100 km/h from zero in just over four seconds shifting automatically.
The Supra’s German sibling, the 2020 BMW Z4 – both cars share the same platform, and many components and engines – also saw its Canadian pricing revealed during the show: it starts at $62,450, here, though with a smaller 255-horsepower 2.0-litre turbo four-cylinder.
Upgrading to the Z4 M40i gets you the same 3.0-litre six as in the Supra, though rated at 382 horsepower and 369 lb.-ft. of torque; and setting you back at least $76,100, here. Like the Supra, an eight-speed auto is the only gearbox.
BMW’s been a little more forthcoming with options, announcing the car will come only in white, unless you’d like to shell out $895 for a San Francisco Red or Misano Blue finish.
A Harmon/Kardon audio system will cost you $1,000; an M Performance package $2,750; and the Premium Essential package $3,600—in short, it’ll be easy to make the price climb on the Bimmer.
The actual Essentials you won’t have to pay extra for on the 2020 Z4 include black leatherette seating, a built-in WiFi hot spot and, luckily for Canadians, a heated steering wheel. The BMW Z4 starts sales here in March, though the six-cylinder won’t be available until late spring.