Update: Manual GR Supra in Australia from November
The updated 2023 Toyota GR Supra, including the long-awaited manual option, will go on sale in Australia from November 10.
Confirmation of a manual transmission for the new GR Supra came back in March, after months of speculation that the automatic transmission offered at launch would not be available.
Toyota then revealed the manual-equipped Supra in April and quickly confirmed its availability for the Australian market.
As detailed below, the manual will be offered in two grades: the entry-level Supra GT, Priced from $87,000and the flagship Supra GTS lists from $97,000 – both plus on-road.
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September 8: 2023 GR Supra prices and features announced
- 2023 Toyota GR Supra Price and Features
- A six-speed manual transmission is now available.
- Larger rear brakes are now standard, the GTS gets lighter 19-inch wheels.
Updated 2023 Toyota GR Supra Pricing has been set for Australia ahead of its arrival before the end of the year.
Addition of changes heading. A new six-speed manual transmissionwhich has been specially developed to match the performance of the rear-drive, BMW Z4-based Supra’s 285kW/500Nm 3.0-litre straight-six engine.
It will be available in two variants: the entry-level Supra GT, priced from $87,000, and the flagship Supra GTS listed from $97,000 – both plus on-road.
Manual models miss out on adaptive cruise control and reverse autonomous emergency braking.
For both variants, this represents a $506 price increase over the 2022 Toyota GR Supra, which dropped $809 in July.
Thus, prices remained mostly stable since the launch of the previous update in December 2020.
Red brake calipers and larger rear ventilated brakes are now fitted to the Supra range, while the flagship GTS gets redesigned 19-inch forged alloy wheels with revised spoke and cross-sectional shapes.
Finished in a premium titanium dark silver finish, the revised wheels reduce weight by 1.2 kg per wheel.
Toyota has also adjusted the Supra’s color palette for 2023, replacing the current, racetrack-themed Suzuka Silver and Goodwood Gray with Copper Grey, Azure Blue and Matte White.
Since its launch in Australia in 2019, more than 700 examples have been delivered, with the two-door facing fresh competition from the newly introduced Nissan Z, available with a 298kW/475Nm 3.0-litre turbo V6. is which corresponds to six. Speed manual or nine-speed automatic transmission.
To read our international first drive of the 2023 Toyota GR Supra Manual, click on the link below:
2023 Toyota GR Supra Australian pricing
Prices exclude on-road costs.
|The Supra GTS||manual||$97,000|
|The Supra GTS||automatic||$97,000|
2023 Toyota GR Supra Features
|Sports brakes with red brake calipers (new)|
|Composite Pedal Cover (New)|
|18 inch alloy wheels|
|8.8-inch infotainment system|
|Apple CarPlay (wireless) and Android Auto (wired)|
|DAB+ digital radio|
|10 speaker, 205 watt audio system|
|8.8-inch digital instrument cluster|
|Adaptive high beam|
|LED daytime running lamps|
|Limited slip differential|
|Leather accented steering wheel|
|Powered front seats|
|Sport seats with leather accents.|
|Heated front seats.|
|Dual zone climate control|
|Keyless entry and push-button start|
|Wireless phone charger.|
|19-inch forged alloy wheels (new design)|
|Heads up display|
|12-speaker, 425-watt 12-speaker JBL audio system.|
Engine, drivetrain and fuel economy
Under the bonnet, the 2023 Toyota GR Supra retains its ‘B58’ 3.0-litre turbocharged inline-six engine, which is shared with the BMW Z4.
It produces. 285 kW (at 5000-6500rpm) and 500Nm (at 1600-4500rpm), and is matched with the ZF-sourced. Eight-speed torque converter automaticor new for 2023 Six-speed manual transmission.
Toyota claims the automatic GR Supra will accomplish this. 0-100km/h sprint in 4.1 secondsWhile The manual version is rated at 4.6 seconds.. It has one. Electronically limited 250 km/h top speed.
Fuel economy figures can be found in the following table:
|3.0 liter turbo manual||TBA|
|3.0 liter turbo automatic||7.7L/100km|
The Toyota GR Supra has yet to be tested by ANCAP or Euro NCAP, however, the corresponding BMW Z4 received a five-star rating based on tests carried out in 2019.
Seven airbags (dual front, side head, curtain and driver’s knee) are installed in the Supra range.
All variants include the following active safety equipment as standard:
|Autonomous emergency braking (vehicle, pedestrian and cyclist)|
|Reverse emergency braking (automatic only)|
|Lane Keep Assist|
|Lane departure warning|
|Adaptive Cruise Control (Automatic)|
|Conventional cruise control (manual)|
|Blind spot alert|
|Rear cross traffic alert|
|Automatic high beam|
Toyota GR Supra has a wheelbase of 2470 mm, and measures 4379 mm in length, 1854 mm in width and 1292 mm in height.
It has 290 liters of boot space.
Warranty and Servicing
In line with Toyota’s extensive range, the GR Supra is covered by the brand’s five-year, unlimited kilometer warranty with seven years of engine and driveline coverage.
Roadside assistance is available for purchase for $99 per year.
Servicing is required every 12 months or 15,000 km, whichever is earlier. The first four services will cost $385.
gave 2023 Toyota GR Supra It will arrive in Australian showrooms in the fourth quarter of 2022 (October to December).