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What’s New for 2023?

Toyota, surely spurred by the car-boy outcries over the Supra’s lack of a manual transmission, has added a six-speed stick to the menu for the 2023 model year. The manual will be optional with the more powerful turbocharged 3.0-liter BMW-sourced inline-six and will be standard on a new special edition, called the A91-MT model. The A91-MT will be limited to just 500 examples in the U.S. and will come in either matte white or matte gray paint with a brown-and-black two-tone interior. Other changes to the Supra lineup for 2023 include revised tuning for the suspension and steering systems and the introduction of a new driving mode called Hairpin+, which allows additional wheelspin on one of the rear tires to help rotate the Supra around ultra-tight, hairpin turns.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The driver-focused cockpit is tight, and although the double-bubble roof provides some additional headroom, the tallest drivers will feel pinched. Cargo space is similarly cramped, but the cargo area (accessed via a hatchback) is roomy enough for a couple of carry-on suitcases or about a week’s worth of groceries for two. In our testing, we managed to fit four carry-on suitcases behind the rear seats. Much of the Toyota’s interior is shared with the Z4, so those familiar with BMW switchgear and infotainment controls will feel right at home.

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More About the Toyota GR Supra

Toyota GR Supra Overview

When the original Toyota Supra ended production in 2002, it left behind a legacy as one of the most exciting sports cars on the market. Nearly two decades later, reborn as the Toyota GR Supra, it offers all of the performance and style of its predecessor with the latest onboard infotainment and safety technologies. And with the GR Supra's hair-raising acceleration and handling, it easily competes with pricier European coupes.

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Toyota GR Supra Pros & Cons

Pros

Quick acceleration, fun handling. Upscale interior. Standard safety features. Toyota's trademark refinement.

Cons Limited rearward visibility. Low-slung cabin is hard to enter. No manual transmission.

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