The GR Supra was launched with two levels of specifications. The entry-level version, simply named GR Supra 3.0, came with 19-inch wheels, adaptive suspension, Brembo brakes and an active differential.
Inside, you get heated Alcantara sports seats, an 8.8-inch touchscreen, satellite navigation, dual-zone climate control, adaptive cruise control, keyless start and a rear view camera.
The 3.0 Pro accounts for most sales in the UK. It adds black leather upholstery, a head-up display, wireless smartphone charging and a 12-speaker audio system from JBL.
The 2.0-litre car got its own Pro specification, with 18-inch wheels, 100W stereo, cruise control, automatic headlights and wipers, keyless entry and sports seats Alcantara heaters.
In addition, all cars are equipped with Toyota’s Safety Pack, which includes pre-collision assist, pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane departure warning and traffic sign recognition.
The first GR Supra sold at auction for $2.1m (£1.57m), with all proceeds going to charity. Luckily, you won’t have to worry about that for a used device today, even if the values hold up.
Prices start at around £38,000 for a 2.0-litre car. That’s a decent saving over the base £45,995 launch price (it was £52,695 for the original 3.0-litre car).
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This notice was published: 2022-03-17 00:06:24