2023 Toyota Supra
For those looking to take the next step up from the original Supra, the 2023 Toyota Supra has several exciting features. The first is its limited-edition nature, with only 500 units produced. Other highlights include 19-inch Frozen Gunmetal Gray wheels, a red “Supra” emblem, Cognac leather seats, and red strut tower braces. The new Supra will start arriving at Toyota dealers in the coming months. The company is also expected to offer a manual version of the car in 2023.
The 2023 Toyota Supra also receives an all-new suspension and chassis. Although its rear end still feels soft and unsettled, it was stable on the test track, and it has impressive cornering grip. The steering, on the other hand, feels numb and uncommunicative.
As for the new powertrain, the Supra is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six. This engine is capable of achieving 382 horsepower, and it has a 0-to-60 time of 3.9 seconds. However, its manual transmission may not be for everyone.
Other improvements include the addition of Supra Connect, an advanced technology suite. Supra Connect includes features like Automatic Emergency Call, Real-Time Traffic Information, and Roadside Assistance. The Supra Connect iPhone app will allow drivers to access and control features on their smartphones. The app will also enable drivers to lock their doors and activate Ventilation Now.
The 2023 Toyota Supra will also offer six-speed manual transmission options. This transmission will only be available for models with a 3.0-liter inline-six engine. The new Supra will also receive revisions to its chassis and software. Its power and handling are widely praised. This is one car that will not disappoint.
The manual Supra will be built on the same platform as the Z4 sDrive20i. It will use a new clutch with a stronger diaphragm spring, and a 200-gram shift lever. The new Supra will be driven by a manual-transmission engine, much like the Z4 sDrive20i in Europe.
The 2023 Toyota Supra will have the standard turbocharged 3.0-liter BMW inline-six. However, a six-speed manual transmission is available for a limited time. Toyota has also introduced a special A91-MT variant, which will be limited to 500 examples in the U.S. This version will feature matte white and gray paint. It will also have a brown-and-black two-tone interior.
The 2023 Toyota Supra’s six-speed manual transmission is a labor of love for Toyota engineers. In partnership with the gearbox wizards at ZF, it incorporates a larger clutch that allows the manual transmission to handle the turbocharged inline-6’s 382 horsepower. This makes the manual Supra reach 60 mph in 4.2 seconds.
The manual transmission is still an option for 2023, but Toyota has made some changes to it. The shifter is now located on the center console and is easier to reach. The shifter is positioned next to the traction control and drive mode buttons. It also gets 40mm of clearance and a GR-badged gear knob.