17 years after the legendary Mark IV Supra ended production, Toyota has officially revealed its successor at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. The 2020 Toyota Supra is a joint development effort with BMW, sharing the platform with the new Z4. The two cars completely distinct visually — you won't be worried about driving a rebadged Z4. The new Supra retains a 3.0 inline six like the original, although here its a turbocharged, BMW-sourced motor, good for 335 horsepower and 365 lb-feet of torque. Toyota claims 0-60 times of 4.1 seconds and an electronically-limited top speed of 155 MPH. The Supra goes on sale in late summer 2019, with three trim levels — the base 3.0 model, a 3.0 Premium, and the 3.0 Launch Edition, limited to 1,500 units with a price of $55,250. It's been a long wait, but the new Supra looks like it was worth it.