The new Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro is back with a vengeance after an absence of 17 years. Now into its fifth generation, the Supra is a collaboration between Toyota and BMW, and it’s based on the new BMW Z4.
The new Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro is absolutely captivating. Its design is packed with generous curves and daring shapes while providing optimum downforce and coefficient of drag.
Twin 90mm exhausts tips and aero tested rear diffuser catch the eye from the rear while its sculpted front end with two-level, 6-lens LED headlights is instantly mesmerizing.
Then there is the unique double-bubble roof, inspired by the classic Toyota 2000 GT, and the brushwork “Supra” logo found at the back.
Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Interior
The new Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro’s interior is just as gorgeous. It’s an ideal blend of form, function, and beauty, and sporting inspired touches to maximize enjoyment during every drive.
The sports seats offer deep side bolsters and high-grip material for maximum hold, while the 14-way power adjustment function ensures the perfect driving position.
In front of the driver, Head-Up Display (HUD), 8.8-inch Toyota Touch 2 high-res display (3D tachometer, gear selection, and suggested gear), and leather-wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifters take center stage.
Elsewhere, the Supra Command dial enables access to multimedia features, while a boot area of over 280 liters is more than ample for a weekend getaway.
Engine and Performance
The Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro is propelled by a turbocharged 3-liter in-line 6-cylinder engine, which sends its maximum power and torque of 335 bhp and 500 Nm to the rear wheels via a ZF 8-speed automatic gearbox that’s optimized for super-swift gearshifts.
At full tilt, it demolishes the century dash in 4.3 seconds. Armed with Brembo four-piston calipers and vented 348mm discs up front, super-strong braking performance is always available.
Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Suspension and Handling
With an almost perfect weight balance, ultra-wide track of 1850mm, Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) that ‘reads’ the road 1000 times per second, the Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro will heighten the senses and get the adrenaline flowing, on the road and racetrack.
Added to the list are its electronic rear differential, Normal and Sport driving modes, and 19-inch forged alloy wheels.
Technical Specifications of the Toyota GR Supra 3.0
|Engine capacity||2,998 cc|
|Engine type||6-cylinder in-line 24-valve DOHC Turbocharged|
|Bore x Stroke||(82 x 94.6) mm|
|Power||250kW (335 bhp)|
|Acceleration||4.3s (0-100 km/h)|
|Top speed||250 km/h|
|Fuel consumption||13 km/L|
|CO2 emission||177 g/km (Manufacturer specs)|
|Misc technical data|
|Drive type||Rear-wheel drive|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||(4379 x 18554 x 1292) mm|
|Min turning radius||5,500 mm|
|Kerb weight||1,570 kg|
|Fuel tank capacity||52 L|
|Boot/Cargo Capacity||290 L|
|Brakes (Front)||Ventilated disc|
|Brakes (Rear)||Ventilated disc|
|Suspension (Front)||Double-joint type MacPherson strut|
Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro Reviews
Check out what others say about the new Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro!
“…The GR Supra is a wild-at-heart racer.”
Read the full review by Pocket-lint
“It was comfortable and quiet enough for a long road trip and agile enough to make backroads fun.”
Read the full review by Digital Trends
“I liked the speed, and I liked the handling. It’s the honest-to-God, meat-and-two-veg stuff that causes hairy-backed motoring enthusiasts to drool slightly…”
Read the full review by The Weekend Australian
Video Reviews of the new Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Pro
Toyota Supra 2020 in-depth review – tested on road, sideways on track and over the 1/4 mile sprint!
The Toyota Supra | Top Gear
Toyota Supra v BMW Z4 – DRAG RACE, ROLLING RACE & BRAKE TEST