Mustang Cobra vs. Toyota Supra


The 2003 Special Vehicle Team (SVT) Mustang Cobra and the 2002 Toyota Supra are vehicles with different features although there are some similarities among them in case of performance and event handling as well.

Mustang Cobra vs. Toyota Supra:

Supra Specifications:

Turbocharged Supra has .4-inch wheelbase and measures about 177.7 inches with 71.3 inches wide. It has about 3,485-lb. curb weight

Toyota Supra

Cobra Specifications:

On the other hand, Cobra works on a 101.3-inch wheelbase and it is quite long as compare to Supra at about 183.5 inches having 3,780-lb. curb weight

Supra Features:

Well liked Supra has four-wheel disc bakes, with three-point front and rear seatbelts as well as leather interior, locks and power windows. It presents restricted slip differential.

Cobra Features:

Comparing with Supra, Cobra has a roll cage, racing seats, five-point harnesses. It presents Bilstein shocks, five-spoke alloy wheels, and racing seas as well.

Supra Performance:

Performance vise, Supra is equipped with a 320-horse turbocharged six-cylinder engine along with a six-speed manual transmission that has the ability to hit 0-to-60 miles per hour in approximately 5.3 seconds.

Mustang Cobra

Cobra Performance:

Conversely, Cobra features 320-horse, 4.6-liter V-8 matched together with a Tremec T56 manual transmission which takes about 4.9 seconds starting form 5 to 60 miles per hour.

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