Apples-to-apples comparisons between a Toyota coupe and a BMW roadster aren’t easy or exact. But the six-cylinder Supra easily outruns the four-cylinder Z4, and will end up costing less – as it should. Stepping up, the Z4 M40i is faster, more powerful and more luxurious than the Toyota, but its open-roofed pleasures put it in another pricing league altogether.
If money is any object, the Toyota Supra wins.
The Toyota Supra is back. But let’s have some perspective, please. Nostalgia fuels our love for the last-generation car more than its sports car bona fides. Its price was outrageous for its time, and the resulting glacial sales actually killed off the once-booming Supra franchise (it sold a tenth of what its predecessor did).
CHECK OUT OUR SUPRA MKV DRIVING REVIEW HERE: https://youtu.be/S8rNKQvjD4o The internet is on fire with opinions about the new Toyota Supra and BMW Z4, but it seems that there isn’t much in the way of facts. We decided to dig into some research and find out what the truth actually was behind the Toyota and BMW partnership.