The Supra sport coupe 2019

The Supra sport coupe 2019

The Supra V, known as GR Supra, is a two-door sport coupe coupe produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota from 2019. It is the fifth generation of Toyota Supra.

Before the official presentation of the Supra Mk5, Toyota introduced the concept car GR Supra concept at the Geneva International Auto Show 2018, and the Supra Nascar version in Daytona in the United States.

The fifth-generation Toyota Supra, code A90, is presented on July 11, 2018 at the Goodwood Festival in the United Kingdom1 in a camouflage version.

The production version is presented on January 14, 2019 at the Salon de Detroit2 where its official name is unveiled: Toyota GR Supra, reference to Gazoo Racing, international sports department of Toyota3.

The Toyota Supra V project is the result of a collaboration, concluded on January 24, 2013, between BMW and Toyota providing a new platform joint sports car, where the German replaces the BMW Z4 (convertible) and the Japanese stimulus the Toyota Supra (coupe).

Technical characteristics

The on-board instrumentation is 100% digital, consisting of an 8.8-inch panel4, and the dashboard also receives an 8.8-inch digital panel. The Supra is fitted with adaptive suspensions with two types of adjustment: Normal and Sport.

The new Supra is equipped with 19-inch forged alloy wheels fitted with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, wider at the rear than at the front (275/35 vs 255/35) and a Brembo braking system with four-piston calipers. It has a weight distribution of 50% at the front and 50% at the rear.

For the European and US market, the Supra receives the six-cylinder in-line BMW 3.0 dual-turbo 340 ch5 mated to an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission. In Japan, the Supra can receive a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder from its technical twin the BMW Z4, available in two powers, 197 hp and 258 hp. These versions that could arrive on the European market in 2020.


The Supra is available with a unique finish and an optional Premium Pack7.

Toyota GR Supra (67 650 €):

keyless access and start;
reversing camera;
automatic air conditioning 2 zones;
self-locking rear differential;
8.8 inch touch screen;
digital instrumentation;
19-inch alloy wheels;
alcantara upholstery;
electric and heated seats;
piloted suspension;
10 HP audio system.
Premium Pack (+ € 2,000):

head-up display;
induction phone charger;
sport leather upholstery;
JBL audio system at 12 HP.
Limited series
Toyota Supra Launch Edition (1500 copies for the world)
Toyota Supra GT4 concept
At the Geneva International Motor Show 2019 Toyota presents the Supra GT4 Concept announcing its future commitment in the GT48 class The racing version retains the six-cylinder in-line turbocharged 3-liter engine

Concept Car
The new Supra is prefigured by the concept Toyota FT-1 Concept presented at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January 2014.

After years of rumors, whispers and a whole lot of anticipation, we’ve finally been given the green light to say it: Supra is back. The all-new 2020 GR Supra is no mere sports car—it’s our purest expression of performance, designed to allow driver, car and road to become one. Beautifully balanced, and even more beautiful to look at, the GR Supra is set to define the next generation of performance.