2023 Toyota GR Supra
Toyota chose a bold design with a sleek profile for this model. The standard model includes an auto-tilting passenger side mirror, six-lens auto-leveling LED headlights, and dual exhaust outlets. Standard wheels are 18-inch alloys, with an option for 19-inch frozen gunmetal wheels.
Interior Comfort and Cargo Space
With ample adjustments for the seats, the GR Supra offers a driver-focused interior. Taller passengers might have problems getting into the car, but the bubble roof can provide extra headroom. Available features include dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, and a rear window defogger.
Infotainment and Technology Features
An 8.8-inch touchscreen with touchpad rotary control is the standard infotainment system across all the trims. It supports SiriusXM satellite radio, navigation, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto on higher models. Other optional features on the base model include a 12-speaker JBL audio system and the Toyota Supra Connect system.
Trim Comparison Chart
|Engine||2.0-litre twin-scroll single turbo DOHC||3.0-litre twin-scroll single turbo DOHC||3.0-litre twin-scroll single turbo DOHC|
|Horsepower||255 hp @ 5,000 rpm||382 hp @ 5,800 rpm||382 hp @ 5,800 rpm|
|Torque||295 lb-ft||365 lb-ft||365 lb-ft|
|Fuel Efficiency (L/100km city/hwy)||9.3/7.7||10.2/7.7||12.7/8.8|
Notable Changes from the Previous Year
After outcries over the lack of manual transmission, Toyota has added a six-speed stick to the 2023 lineup. The suspension and steering wheel systems have also been revised by introducing Hairpin+ driving mode, which allows additional wheelspin to help the Supra to rotate.