Toyota Debuts a Track-Spec GR Supra Racing Concept at the Geneva Auto Show



With models like the Camry, Corolla, and RAV4 selling like hotcakes, you may not think of Toyota as a "sporty" brand.

But, with the recent introduction of an all-new platform, sharp new design language, and one very exciting unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show this month, Toyota is changing the game in a big way.

The first week of this month, the brand mostly known for producing practical commuter cars under $20,000 whipped the sheet off a bubble-bodied, boisterous, muscular, and turbocharged race-spec Toyota GR Supra Coupe concept.

It's a two-door hardtop model that isn't quite ready for production just yet, but looks ready to tear up a track already.


What You Need to Know About the 2019 Toyota Supra

  • This is the first we're seeing of the Supra nameplate since the last model was retired in 2002
  • The platform and powertrain were developed in collaboration with BMW
  • Expected engine: 3.0-liter turbo six-cylinder
  • Expected transmission: 8-speed automatic
  • Expected horsepower & torque: 335 HP and 330 pound-feet
  • Expected 0-60 time: 3.6 seconds

All-New Toyota Supra Release Date

Sources say that an all-new Supra will be released for sale sometime in Spring of 2019, though official estimates haven't yet been released.

We hope to learn more in the coming months, though the racing enthusiasts at our PA dealership are hungry for details already.

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