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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by Travelingsoldier, Jan 17, 2019.
Is it me or are the Sub-woofer Speakers fake as well like the Vents?
I'm just saying what it can hold is all
no, you're just randomly rambling like always unless again, where is the proof to what you replied to earlier....? plz
Looks like this Brit reporter feels confident in his article regarding traveling with the sticks.
yes, according to spilner carrying 4 donuts is the same as carrying a full set of wheels/tires for the track. strong logic
Can we get back to golf clubs?
OK Now stop all this arguing!!!
2 Dunlops 255/35/R18
2 Dunlops 275/35/R18
It Fits my MKIV!
Let’s party in the Supra.
lmao oh plz, don't be as silly as bryster/spliner...ya we really want to be mounting our tires each time -.- wheels AND tires...either way MKV ain't gonna be doing either..
Tow hitch and tiny u-haul trailer, baby!
The 2020 Toyota Supra was designed with one very clear goal in mind - fun behind the wheel. However, given the Supra is still a road car that folks will likely drive on the street with, you know, stuff in it, it’s worth checking out what it offers in terms of practicality. Luckily, the Supra does indeed come with a hatchback cargo area that can fit stuff inside it.
SPACE FOR THINGS
Press a little button up front, and the Supra’s be-spoilered hatch pops up, revealing the rear cargo section.
Despite the hatch, the opening is really quite small, which makes loading larger items in and out kinda difficult. The shape of the cargo area is a little awkward as well, with decent width, but an abbreviated length. Towards the nose of the car, the hatch section gets a large blocked off section, which likely covers the rear strut bar. At either end of the cover is a pair of subwoofers, which are offered as optional equipment lower in the line, and standard equipment higher in the line.
That said, the hatch leads directly into the cabin space, which means you can place longer items lengthwise so that they stretch forward next to the seats.
All told, the Supra offers 10.1 cubic-feet of cargo space, which is more than what you get with the Toyota 86 (6.9 cubic-feet), but less than what you get with the Porsche 718 Cayman (14.9 cubic-feet).
The moral of the story is this - the 2020 Supra has a trunk big enough to carry some things, but it’s not the most practical vehicle on the planet. I’d wager the hatch would swallow a pair of golf bags or a few suitcases, but not much else. This is still a true sports car, and frankly, I’m happy Toyota decided to maximize front interior room rather than trunk space.
Topping it all off is a plastic and fabric cargo cover.
On average, we think the 2020 Toyota’s Supra hatch section is a fine solution for a modern sports car, and certainly better than some lame half bench seat.
Stay tuned as we continue our coverage of the 2020 Toyota Supra all this week!
Great info; thank you!
Wow, a hatchback rwd with 30% less interior cargo space then a mid engined porsche??? Ouch
Funny how we have completely different perspectives. Because I can't fit a set of golf clubs in the Porsche, it has less practicality than a Supra for this avid golfer.
Also, describing the Supra as a "hatchback" feels like an effort to be snitty. [thank you AG Barr] A hatchback implies a Golf-style vehicle. The most-accurate description would be a sports car, just like the Porsche.