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2020 GR Supra

The Legend Returns

The Supra was always regarded as Toyota’s purest sport’s car. The fifth generation Supra continues its lineage of excellence by building on the success and design of its predecessors. Inspired by the past, and engineered for the present the Supra has not just come back but it has re-taken its mantle.

335 Horsepower
250km/h Top Speed
4.1 s Speed (0-96KM/H)
365lb-ft Torque
3,397lbs Weight
50:50 Weight Balance
$64,990 starting MSRP

After years of rumors, whispers, and much anticipation Toyota has finally brought back the beloved Supra. The all-new 2020 GR Supra is no mere sports car; it’s the purest expression of performance, designed to allow the driver and the car to become one with the road. Beautifully balanced, and even more beautiful to look at, the GR Supra is set to define the next generation of performance.

The approach to the GR Supra was simple: Toyota wanted to create the best driver’s car, period. Under the hood, a 3.0-liter twin-scroll turbocharged inline six redefines responsiveness, letting drivers control the throttle with millimeter precision. The engine has been moved further back, and lowered, as much as possible–optimizing the center of gravity for a 50:50 front to rear weight distribution. A rigid chassis, adaptive suspension and Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires help ensure that the Supra drives as good as it looks. In addition, with its active differential and Brembo front brakes, the Supra is equipped to give its driver ultimate control.

The 2020 GR Supra is the product of a long and diverse racing background, with DNA sourced from the legendary GT 2000 each and every Supra has shared the same core fundamentals: a smooth inline six up front, rear-wheel drive, and a modern chassis. As Toyota’s purest expression of sports performance, the Supra has redefined the sports car time and time again, the GR is no different. As the fifth generation is launched we remember those past that have loaned their success and knowledge to the GR Supra.


Beginning with the A40 (1978-81) the story of the Supra begins with the Celica, which provided the base for the original first-gen Toyota Celica Supra (A40) in 1978. Using the Celica Liftback as a starting point, Toyota engineers lengthened the chassis, dropped in an advanced inline-six 6 cylinder engine and incorporated the latest in comfort and technology to create a true grand tourer.


The crisp lines and pop-up headlights of the second-generation (A60) Supra only amplify its stunning ’80’s bravado. Still an upgraded version of the era’s Celica, the A60 was offered in two flavours: the luxurious “L-type” and the performance-minded “P-type.” With its larger wheels and tires, bulging fiberglass flares and optional aero, the P-type would lay the groundwork for Supra’s dedication to pure performance.


Supra became a stand-alone model with the introduction of the third generation in 1986. This clean-sheet design allowed Toyota engineers to build the car from the ground up with pure performance in mind. The A70 was a showcase of technology and was the first Supra to feature a turbocharged engine, power-enhancing variable air induction and electronically adjustable dampers.


Sports car. Icon. pop-culture phenomenon. The fourth-generation A-80 Supra is all that and more. An artful blend of style, technology and performance, the A80 is a truly timeless machine, feeling as fresh and modern today as it did when first introduced in 1993. With its near-perfect weight balance, impressive 2JZ engine and unmistakable styling, the A80 Supra will forever be legendary.

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