The Toyota Supra turns heads. Raises smiles. Stimulates conversations. Everybody wants to comment, and it’s always favorable.
We have actually been lucky enough to have driven numerous cars, but few have amassed rather as much attention as the Toyota Supra. After more than 15 years without a new GR Supra, it finally returned in 2019 and a year later the 5th generation model is still a rarity on the roadways, which is part of the reason it records the attention of those around it.
Another reason is its looks. The curvy body, with flared rear wheel arches and different grills and vents throughout its frame, the Supra does not appear like numerous other vehicles on the roadway – and while it’s not inexpensive, it doesn’t break the bank when it pertains to performance sports cars.
The Toyota Supra cost starts at $42,990/ ₤53,035, however we drove the Supra 3.0 Pro (Premium in the United States) which begins at $54,490/ ₤54,340 and brings with it a variety of additional features consisting of an updated, 12 speaker JBL sound system, heads-up display (HUD) and wireless smart device charging – although you’ll get the very same performance on both the 3.0 Pro and non-Pro designs.
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Toyota Supra design
( Image credit: TechRadar)
Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro
Engine: 3.0 L 6-cylinder
Power: 335 bhp
0-62 miles per hour: 4.3 seconds
Leading speed: 155 miles per hour
Fuel effectiveness: 34 mpg
This is a two-seater sports automobile, which indicates no back seats.
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Toyota Supra drive
While the interior is comfy enough, the main focus for the Toyota Supra is the driving experience.
Toyota Supra specifications and tech
An 8.8-inch touchscreen display is the focal point for infotainment in the Toyota Supra.