The Toyota Supra delivers the purest sports car experience yet.
Inspired by over 40 years of rich heritage, the all-new Toyota GR Supra offers an exhilarating blend of power, agility and handling, giving enthusiasts a new level of driving pleasure even at the limits of its performance.
Toyota GR Supra is performance redefined with a 3-litre six-cylinder twin-scroll turbocharged engine, 8-speed automatic with paddle shifters, 0-100km/h in 4.3 seconds, 19-inch alloy wheels, and Leather and Alcantara accented sports seats.
Ever since the Supra’s inception in 1978, all generations have been front-engine, rear-wheel-drive vehicles powered by an inline six-cylinder engine, and this is no exception. Extensive attention has also been paid to the three fundamental elements of wheelbase, tread, and centre of gravity, thus achieving handling performance befitting a pure sports car.
The Toyota Supra Safety Package and Active Safety Systems are designed to keep drivers out of harm’s way in all driving conditions with Forward Collision Warning with Brake function, vehicle, pedestrian and bicyclist detection is included for safer urban driving up to 65km/h. A Speed Limit Info system also keeps you aware of the posted speed limit at all times.
The Toyota GR Supra offers 5-star luxury comfort, uncompromised safety and the dynamic capability of a modern sports car.
No new car has been as discussed and dissected over the last 12 months as the Toyota GR Supra. That's symptomatic of the level of expectation from fans and critics alike, and further compounded by the way this German/Japanese sports car came to be. Among its two-door peers its core strengths include bang for buck, convincingly athletic road-holding abilities, and a reasonably strong 250kW/500Nm inline six capable of yanking it off the line to 100km/h in 4.3 seconds.
Driven & AA Motoring
The Toyota GR Supra is an iconic sportscar that stems from its five-decade legacy and we are thrilled that it has made it to the final ten for Car of the Year. Supra provides the perfect blend of power, fun, and adrenalin, making it a deserved finalist this year.
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