20. Toyota Supra
The Toyota Supra was relaunched for the 2020 model year. With the new Supra came a whole plethora of new features. Critics were quick to point out the design flaws of the car compared to previous models. The overall stylistic touches were universally panned as a failed rendition of a classic. Performance-wise, the Supra isn’t anything to sneeze at, but it’s also in a very high price bracket -the same type of price that you’d pay on a high-dollar luxury coupe. Design-wise the Supra was engineered to provide the same type of performance as previous generations.
There have also been complaints from owners that the 2020 Supra has an alignment problem straight from the factory. The Toyota Supra will long be one of the most coveted sports cars around. But the current version seems to be a mere shadow of its former self. Because of the car’s nostalgic value and history, dealers have been upselling the early models. It might not be a good time to buy the already pricey Supra because you could potentially pay thousands over sticker price.