The lucky group of 900 European owners set to receive the new Toyota Supra in the first year of launch, will not only have our purest sports car at their fingertips, they’ll also be elevated into an exclusive group: Supra 900 Club.
The development of the new Toyota Supra wasn’t driven purely by performance numbers or headline lap times, but a single-minded focus on the feeling you experience at the wheel.
By drawing on world-level motorsport engineering and design, the no-compromise, new Toyota Supra achieves the ‘golden ratio’ – between wheelbase, track width and the height of its centre of gravity – for instant steering response and exceptional cornering performance.
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Produced by TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, the new Toyota Supra draws on lessons learned from competition at the highest level to make it a pure sports car that's in its element on track – at the limit – or exploiting your favourite road.
Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the GR Supra Racing Concept incorporates a purist’s front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configuration, advanced lightweight construction and competition-focused interior to perfectly express our fun to drive philosophy.
Hiding a new vehicle’s design from prying eyes while in development usually means applying an array of monochrome zig zags or spiral patterns to its body.
But for our Toyota Supra A90 prototype, we wanted something more memorable. After all, a legend deserves a mask of true distinction.
Wrapped in a unique camouflage, inspired by its TOYOTA GAZOO Racing roots and chequered flag pattern, our future sports car is taken to Goodwood's famous hill for its first public test, as it enters its final development phase throughout Europe and America.