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Toyota’s halo sports car returned a few years ago with a little help from the brand’s friends. Available with a turbocharged four or six cylinder engine, this small sports car is a lot of fun to drive. Making it more engaging is the addition of a manual transmission for inline-six models.

Although it is a bit tight inside, the power and handling of the Supra soon makes drivers forget all about the lack of space.


Powerful Engines, Great Handling, Styling


Cramped Interior, Price, Sight Lines

Bottom Line

Regardless of its name, the new Supra is a great sports coupe

2023 Toyota GR Supra Manual Review

The Budweiser “Wassup” commercial. Borat impressions. People calling the latest Toyota Supra a BMW is the automotive equivalent of both.

Ever since the reborn sports car returned, there have been snickers about its Munich-sourced content levels. Yes, you’ll find a bunch of roundel-stamped parts under the hood. Yes, the center screen runs a barely-different version of an old iDrive setup.

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2023 Toyota GR Supra Manual First Drive Review: Sticks the Landing

Toyota would never admit it, but I like to think a single letter is (at least partially) responsible for this manual-transmission 2023 GR Supra: Z.

The reality of product development cycles means the retro-styled, 400-horsepower Nissan Z—which offers both an auto and a manual—probably didn’t influence this three-pedal Supra’s development. The constant chorus of folks requesting one is a more likely reason: even Toyota’s Mike Tripp says as much. “We were regularly asked if there would be a manual version,” says Tripp, “we immediately took that feedback to heart and started developing it 2019.”

Regardless of the impetus, a manual-transmission Supra is now a reality. Has the transplant unlocked a higher level of Supra? Is this the two-seat, $50k sports car to buy? What else are the naysayers going to complain about now? The answers to these questions lie at Utah Motorsports Campus.

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2022 Ford Mustang vs 2022 Toyota GR Supra Comparison

When I was growing up, my best friend’s mom had an all-white Fox body Mustang. It was the coolest car on the block.

Did I care that the 302 V8 pushed out only a little over 200 horsepower? Or that the four-speed auto was slow? Of course not. I savored any opportunity to ride in the GT, the V8 rumbling in a way I could feel in my stomach.

Here in 2022, Everything old is new again, and Ford has given the Mustang an ’80s-inspired Ice White package. Horsepower has more than doubled—and the number of gears, too. Befitting its cruising status, this car runs Ford’s 10-speed automatic. I’m a kid again.

There’s nothing retro about the Toyota GR Supra. (Okay, the badge is ’90s cool.) While the Supra has finally gained a ( very good) manual option for 2023, this fifth-generation model has been an auto-only affair since it arrived in 2019.

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Track Testing Toyota GR Sports Cars

Mom was perplexed.

I was telling her about a recent assignment, where I’ll spend a day at the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit track testing a Toyota trio of spicy sports car offerings. “I didn’t know Toyota made sports cars”, she said. After all, Toyotas are largely sought out by shoppers after safety, sensibility, residual value and a fuss-free long-term ownership experience. The brand’s sales center around crossovers. pickups, and sensible compacts.

Cars are not dead at Toyota though. While leveraging some six decades of sports car history, the automaker now offers three thrilling sports models with 3 pedals, six manually-shifted gears, no electrification, and that all-important driver-to-car connection that lets owners jump in with both hands and both feet.

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2021 Toyota GR Supra A91 Edition Review: More Power, More Fun, More Blue

It’s been almost two years since the production Supra debuted, and yet it’s still a divisive thing.

Some folks—more often than not those that haven’t driven it, it should be noted—dismiss the GR Supra as simply a restyled BMW. True, it does share a lot with the Z4 under the skin, and Toyota is leaning into that this year with a second Bavarian engine option. The four-pot is less powerful, but it brings the cost of entry down, too.

More importantly, Toyota is bumping up power for the original inline-six model to widen the gap between it and the 2.0-liter. With nearly 50 more horsepower than before, the Supra has the firepower to better fight Porsche’s 718 Cayman, if not the performance bargain that is the C8 Corvette.

Once people start spending over $50,000 on a two-seat sports car though, it’s not unreasonable for them to want more than performance stats. They want something special. So for 2021, Toyota is introducing this, the A91 Edition, limited to just 1,000 cars. It packs in nearly everything you’d find in the rest of the six-cylinder cars that makes the Supra so fun, but adds some choice upgrades that should appeal to those who crave a more unique experience—or at least who plan on flipping it on Bring a Trailer in a decade.

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Chevrolet Corvette vs Porsche 718 Boxster vs Toyota Supra: Sports Car Shootout

With a Boxster’s low nose filling the rearview mirror, and the unmistakable tail of a Supra ahead, I half-expect the Stealers Wheel classic tune to start playing on the radio of the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.

Alright, I certainly don’t feel “stuck” driving this drop-top version of the current AutoGuide Performance Car of the Year. As work days go, threading Chevy’s hot new thing down a winding road, with managing editor Kshitij and photographer Harry as company, this is a high-water point.

We’ve assembled these three for a very specific purpose. The Toyota GR Supra, here in eye-catching A91 Edition form, represents where the Corvette came from: a reasonably priced, front-engined two-seater. Nipping at the Chevrolet’s four exhaust tips is the 2021 Porsche Boxster GTS 4.0. The Porsche plays in the same space as the new ‘Vette. It’s mid-engined, it produces its power without the aid of turbochargers, and it comes closer to the Chevy’s 495 horsepower—at least on paper. The turbocharged Supra is still an important foil though, as this one lists for less than an absolute base-spec C8 Stingray.

Can the Corvette defend itself on two fronts? We spent a day in the beautiful Forks of the Credit area to find out.

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Detailed Specs


$45,540 - $64,375


2.0-liter turbo 4-cylinder / 3.0-liter turbo 6-cylinder


255 hp / 382 hp


295 lb-ft. / 368 lb-ft.




6MT / 6AT

Fuel Economy (city/hwy)

19-25 mpg / 27-31 mpg

Cargo Capacity

10.2 cu ft.

Our Final Verdict

Toyota Supra



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