2019 Toyota GR Supra: Thai pricing and specs

2019 Toyota GR Supra: Thai pricing and specs

Iconic sports car makes a return but isn’t the most attractively priced in Thailand.

Toyota Motor Thailand has officially launched the new GR (Gazoo Racing) Supra to satisfy enthusiasts longing for the fabled Japanese sports car icon.

Billed as a successor to the last one made nearly two decades ago, the GR Supra comes with 340hp 3.0-litre inline-six petrol-turbo, eight-speed torque-converter automatic and rear-wheel drive.

Priced at 4.999 million baht, the GR Supra comes with 19-inch wheels and a variety of colours to choose from. It gets some basic driver-assist features like head-up display, lane-departure warning and rear cross-traffic alert, as such.

Despite bearing a mass-market nameplate, the GR Supra isn’t the most attractively priced sports car in Thailand.

The BMW Z4 M40i, which shares the same powertrain as in the GR Supra, costs the same and sports a convertible body.

Moreover, the 460hp Ford Mustang GT goes for 4.799 million baht and 390hp Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe at 4.22 million baht.

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