There are a few Japanese legends in the pantheon of sports cars. The Toyota 2000GT, the Datsun Fairlady, the Nissan Skyline GT-R, the Mazda MX-5 Miata, and then there’s the Toyota Supra. Now, after one of the longest hiatuses in the car industry that began in 1998, the Supra returns for 2020. Numerous teases, spy shots, and cloaked glimpses later, the Supra arrives in a twin-turbo, 335 horsepower V6 iteration that captures the spirit of the FT-1 concept from back in 2014, including the long, bulbous hood, the twin-bubble roof, and the pronounced rear haunches that lead you to a spoiler worthy of a Porsche 911 Turbo. Though there’s no manual transmission offering, the 8-speed automatic with paddle shifters promises quick blips, and the selectable Sport mode will amp up the driving experience. What Toyota promises is a scintillating driving experience that should differ from the BMW Z4 with which it shares its bones.