The Toyota Supra 2022 is a fantastic luxury sports car. On bumpy roads, the Supra's combination of snappy acceleration, agile handling, and fast steering makes it a thrill to drive. The driver-centric cockpit is cramped, and while the double-bubble canopy adds some headroom, the tallest drivers would feel pressed.
The central display of the Supra is an 8.8-inch unit. A digital gauge display is standard across the range, and it has a unique design when compared to the Bimmer. There's navigation and Apple CarPlay, but no Android Auto. Although the cargo section is similarly cramped, it can accommodate two carry-on suitcases or nearly a week's worth of provisions for two passengers.
The cabin is attractive and well-appointed, with enough of padding and capacity for passengers of all sizes. By sports vehicle standards, the Supra is also quite practical. It offers a large trunk, several safety features, an intuitive infotainment system, and excellent fuel economy.
The Supra is a fantastic car to drive.
The trunk space in the Supra is 10.2 cubic feet. Although this may not seem like much, the Supra's liftback shape and wide trunk lid make it quite usable. A pair of carry-on bags or duffel bags will fit well. The seating posture is very pleasant, with enough headroom and legroom for taller passengers. Heated and power-adjustable chairs are available as options.
The handling is quick and responsive, the car feels agile around corners, and body lean during heavy cornering is negligible. Furthermore, its brakes confidently slow down the vehicle. However, there is a distinction in ride quality between the 2.0 and 3.0 models.