2020 GR Supra


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.

335 Horsepower
4.1 seconds 0-60 MPH
LED Headlights
$$49,990 starting MSRP
  • GR Supra 3.0
    GR Supra 3.0
  • GR Supra 3.0 Premium
    GR Supra 3.0 Premium
  • GR Supra Launch Edition
    GR Supra Launch Edition

With its sensuous bodywork, athletic stance and expressive, jewel-like LED headlights, the 2020 GR Supra is a stunning work of art. But it’s the science behind the design that makes this car a true masterpiece. Up front, its wide grille is designed to channel cool air directly to the turbocharged engine, helping optimize performance. Up top, its “double-bubble” roof adds space inside while reducing aerodynamic drag outside. And its flared rear spoiler does more than make a dramatic statement—it helps reduce body lift and helps keep Supra planted when running at speed.

Our approach to designing the GR Supra was simple: We wanted to create the best driver’s car, period. Under the hood, a 3.0-liter twin-scroll turbocharged inline six redefines responsiveness, letting drivers control the throttle with millimeter precision. We moved this engine as far back, and as low, as possible—optimizing the center of gravity for a 50:50 front/rear weight distribution. A rigid chassis, adaptive suspension and Michelin® Pilot® Super Sport tires help ensure that this Supra drives as good as it looks. And with its active differential and Brembo®1 front brakes, this car is equipped to give its driver the ultimate in control.

  • 335 Horsepower
  • 50:50 Weight Distribution
  • 4.1 seconds – 0-60 MPH

TOYOTA GAZOO Racing is Toyota’s global racing division, wherein our passion for motorsports and innovation is put to the test. TOYOTA GAZOO Racing has earned victories in everything from the World Rally Championship to the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Now we bring this passion to each and every GR Supra.

Supra Lineage

With DNA sourced directly from the legendary 200 GT, each and every Supra has shared the same core fundamentals: a smooth inline six up front, Rear-Wheel Drive and a modern chassis. As Toyota’s purest expression of performance, Supra has redefined the sports care time and time again. And as we prepare to launch the next chapter of Supra, let’s revisit the past to see how the marque evolved from grand torquer to pure driver’s car.

A40 (1978-1981)

The Supra story starts with the Celica, which provided the base for the original first-gen Toyota Celica Supra (A40) in 1978. Using the Celica Liftback as a starting point, Toyota engineers lengthened the chassis, dropped in an advanced inline 6-cylinder engine and incorporated the latest in comfort and technology to create a true grand tourer.

Engine: 2.8-Liter 5M-E | Power: 116 hp/145 lb.-ft torque | 0-60: 10.2 seconds

A60 (1982-1985)

The crisp lines and pop-up headlights of the second-generation (A60) Supra only amplify its stunning ’80s aesthetic. Still an upgraded version of the era’s Celica, the A60 was offered in two flavors: the luxurious “L-type” and the performance-minded “P-type.” With its larger wheels and tires, bulging fiberglass flares and optional aero, the P-type would lay the groundwork for the Supra’s dedication to pure performance.

Engine: 2.8-Liter 5M-E | Power: 161 hp/169 lb-ft. of torque | 0-60: 8.4 seconds

A70 (1986-1993)

Supra became a stand-alone model with the introduction of the third generation in 1986. This clean-sheet design allowed Toyota engineers to build the car from the ground up with pure performance in mind. The A70 was a showcase of technology and was the first Supra to feature a turbocharged engine, power-enhancing variable air induction and electronically adjustable dampers.

Engine: 3.0-Liter 7M-GTE | Power: 232 hp/254 lb.-ft. of torque | 0-60: 6.4 seconds

A80 (1993-1998)

Sports Car. Icon. Pop-culture phenomenon. The fourth-generation A80 Supra is all that and more. An artful blend of style, technology and performance, the A80 is truly a timeless machine, feeling as fresh and modern today as it did when first introduced in 1993. With it’s near-perfect weight balance, impressive 2JZ engine and unmistakable styling, the A80 Supra will forever be legendary.

Engine: 3.0-Liter 2JZ-GTE | Power: 320 hp/315 lb.-ft torque | 0-60: 4.6 seconds

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