Why You Cannot Find a 2020 Toyota Supra Launch Edition
The Toyota Supra is back and making an immediate splash. With a country-wide mass release to dealerships on July 22nd, Toyota knew it had a hit on its hands. But did they realize it would be quite this popular?
2020 Supra in full Launch mode
There are only 1500 to go around. Toyota manufactured exactly 1500 of its 2020 Supra Launch Edition cars. Each one possessing its own individual number along the passenger side dash. On a side note, the Launch Edition in Nocturnal Black that I saw was number 1178 of 1500.
These are the pride and joy of Supra Enthusiasts. Based on emails I have received from buyers looking far and wide for one, this has proven more challenging than anticipated.
How are people getting their 2020 Supra?
“Can you tell me where I can get a Launch Edition Supra? My dealership sold theirs before I could come in.” Said one frustrated man in the Atlanta area.
“I’m willing to drive if you can find me one.” Suggested another anxious Supra shopper.
Others are prepared to do whatever it takes to get their 2020 Supra Launch Edition. “I flew into Miami to get mine.” Commented a South Carolina new Supra Owner.
I know of one New York City resident who found his Launch Edition Supra in North Carolina. Please, also click to subscribe to Torque News Youtube channel for daily Toyota and automotive news analysis.
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And if you cannot get your 2020 Supra Launch Edition
For those car shoppers unlucky in their pursuit for a Supra Launch Edition, there is still hope. Toyota offers 3 different grades for the 2020 Supra – the 3.0, the 3.0 Premium, and the Launch Edition.
My advice is to try for the 3.0 Premium if you are unable to secure a Launch Edition. The main differences between the 3.0 Premium and the Launch are different wheels and the color of the side mirror caps. The 3.0 Premium is standard with black caps while the Launch has its trademark red side mirror caps.
And now for your thoughts
What do you think of the Supra so far? Have you searched for one and were you successful in your search? If not, what did your dealership tell you for anticipated wait time?
Thanks for reading everyone. See you next story where I am discussing why the 2020 Toyota Tundra has truck buyers seeing Army Green.
Jeff Teague is a Toyota news reporter at Torque News. You can and Insreach Jeff on Facebook and Instagram. Twitter @toyotajeff1 and tweet him tips for new stories. Jeff also shares Toyota news videos on his Youtube Channel at ToyotaJeff1.