Racing DNA

From the GR Supra GT4 to racing heritage

Racing development

From the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and World Rally Championship (WRC) to the Nürburgring 24 Hours race, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing competes in the world's premier motorsport events. By overcoming the challenges faced in the heat of competition, we can develop our people, forge new technologies and produce ever-better cars. Following the unveiling of the GR Supra GT4 Concept in 2019, we're ready to strengthen our focus on customer motorsports with the all-new GR Supra GT4 race car. Building on the road car's balanced chassis and highly rigid, lightweight body, our race-prepared machine offers customer race teams and enthusiasts a simple, low-cost path into GT4 series across Europe.

Ready to race

Developed by TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Europe (TGR-E), the GR Supra GT4 is designed to appeal to drivers of all abilities, with unique features such as its Intelligent GT4 Racing System minimising distractions and enhancing a driver’s focus in the heat of competition.

The road car's 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder engine with single twin-scroll turbocharger has been tuned to 430hp and mated to a 7-speed sports automatic transmission with paddle shift and a mechanical limited-slip differential. A race-spec Akrapovič exhaust and Ravenol lubricants guarantee high performance and reliability.


The front splitter and rear wing are made of natural fibre composite, contributing to an overall weight reduction of 1,350kg. The suspension features front MacPherson struts and a multi-link arrangement at the rear, as well as adjustable KW performance dampers front and rear, for consistent, precise handling.


For reassuring feel and power at the limit, the braking system has been uprated with dedicated Brembo racing calipers – six-pot at the front and four-pot at the rear. Five-stud OZ Racing alloy wheels shod in 305/660 Pirelli tyres add another step in performance.


For driver safety, the lightweight steel body is equipped with a high-strength roll-cage and FIA-standard racing seat with a six-point harness. Completing the focussed interior is a carbon fibre instrument panel and a steering wheel designed specifically for GT4 competition.


TGR-E will be handling all vehicle sales and technical support in Europe. For more information, email the customer motorsport department using the link here. Email Us

Performance Specs

In-line six-cylinder, single twin-scroll turbocharger

Engine displacement 2,998cm3
Engine power 430 hp
Engine torque 650 Nm
Weight 1,350 kg
Length 4,460 mm
Width 1,855 mm
Height 1,250 mm
Transmission 7-speed auto with paddle shift,
rear-wheel drive

What the racers say

On track in the road car From WRC and WEC stars to drift champions and TV personalities, we gathered some of the world’s most influential drivers at the track for their first taste of the new Toyota GR Supra. Sharing their first impressions of our new sports car at the limit, our professional drivers go on to explain the significance of the supra name in their fast-paced lives.

  • Power

    Fredric Aasbø
    Fredric Aasbø

    For world drift champion, Fredric Aasbø, there was only ever one dream car growing up: the Toyota Supra. After years anticipating its return, the master of drift tells us if the new, fifth-generation Toyota Supra lives up to his high expectations.

  • Legacy

    Ken Gushi
    Ken Gushi

    An ’86 Toyota Supra was the first car professional drifter, Ken Gushi, ever sat in. Today, the skilled wheelman gets his first experience of the new Toyota Supra to see if the fifth-generation model has the ingredients to make it a true performance car.

  • Technology

    Mike Conway
    Mike Conway

    TOYOTA GAZOO Racing’s, Mike Conway, spends his weekends flat out trying to tame his 1,000hp TS050 HYBRID. For him, racing is not only about pushing boundaries but also how successfully the technology transfers to road cars like the new Toyota Supra.

  • Excitement

    Jari Matti Latvala
    Jari Matti Latvala

    As a rally superstar, Finland’s Jari Matti Latvala is a man who thrives at the limit, on any surface, at any speed. He compares driving his lightweight, 400hp Yaris (mostly sideways) with the excitement of pushing the new Toyota Supra at speeds he rarely sees in his day job.

  • Design

    Townsend Bell
    Townsend Bell

    Mention the name Supra, and it’s the distinctiveness of a schoolfriend’s 90s model that IndyCar racer, Townsend Bell, recalls first. From its low ride height to its aerodynamic design, Townsend’s sold on the looks of the new Toyota Supra before he even climbs in.

  • Balance

    Abbie Eaton
    Abbie Eaton

    For TV stunt driver, Abbie Eaton, driving at the limit is almost like dancing. This feeling is amplified when a performance car offers more than just speed and handling but has the full package. Thankfully for Abbie, the new Toyota Supra makes balance an art form.

  • Fun

    Dani Clos
    Dani Clos

    Former F1 driver and vlogger, Dani Clos, loves the fun of playing with a car on the track. Thanks to the purity and balance of the new Toyota Supra’s handling, Dani felt as one with our exhilarating new sports car. He’d get even closer to the fun if could – if there were more available to buy, that is! Click and drag to view more


Two words that take a generation of motorsport fans and Gran Turismo® players nostalgically back to the iconic Castrol TOMS Supra GTs and battle-scarred Supra GT LMs of the mid-90s.

But it took until the early ’80s for the GR Supra to get its foot on the motorsport ladder. Although the fourth-generation GR Supra was by far the most successful in motorsport, the A60 and A70 also enjoyed considerable success in a variety of racing disciplines, from European touring cars to the World Rally Championship.



    After early success with Per Eklund in a Celica Supra in the British Rally Championship, the A70 GR Supra made its debut in Group A rally, proving particularly effective in harsh African terrain, such as the notorious Safari Rally.



    The famous touring car driver, Win Percy, sealed the 1984 British Saloon Car Championship in an A60 Celica Supra. A year later, motorcycle racer Barry Sheene took over, drawing large crowds to see how the two-wheeled legend would perform at the wheel of the Celica Supra.


     LE MANS

    The toughest test of man and machine, Le Mans lived up to its reputation on the two occasions the Nippon Denso-liveried GR Supra entered the 24-hour race. Competitive rivals, mechanical issues and racing incidents meant the GR Supra could only achieve a still impressive 14th overall in 1995 and a disappointing DNF the following year. Subsequent history suggests Toyota’s Le Mans curse had only just begun…



    GR Supra was a dominant force in the All-Japan GT Championship (JGTC) between 1995 and 2005. It went on to win the JGTC championship four times – in 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005 – and despite production ending in 2002, factory teams continued to use the Supra with great success until its final race in 2006.

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