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Win the all-new Toyota Supra! 

Wait, no; it can’t really be… can it? Well, yes, your eyes are not deceiving you – this really is the new Toyota Supra (actually named the GR Supra after Gazoo Racing, Toyota’s racing arm).

Toyota has been teasing a new Supra for about 10 years, with concepts, teasers, prototype images, and the like constantly being drip-fed to the public, and now we finally get to see it.

Thankfully close enough in design to the stunning FT-1 Concept from 2014, it’s certainly a distinctive look, with a long nose, short rear with a ducktail spoiler, lots of aero (looking) scoops, vents and intakes and just enough of a look of the previous Supra to the nose.

Underneath there’s a BMW-derived straight-six turbo (for the Supra shares its underpinnings with the new Z4) which produces 335bhp to the rear wheels via an 8spd auto gearbox.

A 4.3 second sprint to 62mph is impressive, but Toyota claims the new Supra will impress most in its handling. We can’t wait to get behind the wheel of one to find out.

   

Spec

Retail Price £58,580
Cash Alternative £47,000
0-62mph 4.3secs
Top Speed 155mph
Power 335bhp
Displacement 3.0ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain RWD
MPG 33.2
CO2 170
Engine / Cyls i6 Turbo
Torque 500

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Retail Price £58,580
Cash Alternative £47,000
0-62mph 4.3secs
Top Speed 155mph
Power 335bhp
Displacement 3.0ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain RWD
MPG 33.2
CO2 170
Engine / Cyls i6 Turbo
Torque 500

Win the all-new Toyota Supra! 

Wait, no; it can’t really be… can it? Well, yes, your eyes are not deceiving you – this really is the new Toyota Supra (actually named the GR Supra after Gazoo Racing, Toyota’s racing arm).

Toyota has been teasing a new Supra for about 10 years, with concepts, teasers, prototype images, and the like constantly being drip-fed to the public, and now we finally get to see it.

Thankfully close enough in design to the stunning FT-1 Concept from 2014, it’s certainly a distinctive look, with a long nose, short rear with a ducktail spoiler, lots of aero (looking) scoops, vents and intakes and just enough of a look of the previous Supra to the nose.

Underneath there’s a BMW-derived straight-six turbo (for the Supra shares its underpinnings with the new Z4) which produces 335bhp to the rear wheels via an 8spd auto gearbox.

A 4.3 second sprint to 62mph is impressive, but Toyota claims the new Supra will impress most in its handling. We can’t wait to get behind the wheel of one to find out.