Australian specs and pricing have been announced for the updated 2021 Toyota GR Supra which brings more power along with suspension and chassis tweaks.
Buyers will pay more, the Supra GT will be priced from $87,126 plus on-road costs, while the flagship Supra GTS starts from $97,126 plus on-roads.
The Supra’s 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder turbocharged engine gets an additional 35kW (up 14 per cent) of power taking the total outputs to 285kW and 500Nm.
Thanks to the extra grunt, the GR Supra shaves 0.2 seconds off it's 0-100km/h which can now be completed in 4.1 seconds.
Toyota has also retuned the suspension for more track-focused handling aided by new under-bonnet chassis braces to provide greater rigidity.
Supra GT variants get an eight-speed automatic transmission, launch control function, an active limited-slip differential, adaptive suspension and 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in bespoke Michelin rubber.
Standard kit also includes autonomous emergency braking with daytime pedestrian and cyclist detection, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a rear-view camera, parking sensors, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and start, leather-accented sports seats with eight-way electric adjustment and lumbar support, wireless smartphone charging, and a 10-speaker multimedia system with satellite navigation.
The flagship GTS variant adds 19-inch alloy wheels, sports pedals, a head-up display, and a premium 12-speaker JBL sound system.
2021 Toyota GR Supra pricing (excludes on-road costs):
GR Supra GT – $87,126 (up from $84,536)
GR Supra GTS – $97,126 (up from $94,536)
Options (GTS only)
Nurburg Matte Grey paint – $2500
Alcantara upholstery – $2500
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