You’ve seen the Supra GR live and in color from its recent unveiling in Malaysia, courtesy of UMW Toyota Motor. If you haven’t, then refer to this link. Now, get a load of the GR Supra GT4 – an icon made for the race tracks. The GR Supra GT4 is intended for customer teams in Europe, the U.S., and Japan/Asia.
The stark difference between the GR Supra and GR Supra GT4 is the motorsport-bred elements, developed by Toyota Motorsport. A re-tuned 3.0-liter, single twin-scroll turbo engine, mated to a 7-speed gearbox, punches 430 hp, compared to 340 PS on the normal Supra GR. As a track-ready car, an Akrapovic exhaust system is fitted as standard. Ravenol is the first recommended lubricant for the GR Supra GT4.
In looks, the GR Supra GT4 has a new front splitter and a lighter rear wing. Gross weight is now 1,350 kilograms.
Suspensions are shared with the road-going Supra GR consisting of front MacPherson strut and multilink rear. However, front and rear come with KW dampers. Brakes meanwhile get sturdier calipers with six-port fronts and four-port rears. The GT4 is shod in Pirellis.
A high-strength roll cage is paired to lightweight steel to make things light and agile. The GR Supra GT4 gets a six-point harness race seat and the cabin receives carbon fiber treatment on the instrument panel. The steering is curated for the GT4 race.
Purchase details are obtainable with Toyota Motorsport for Europe, TRD U.S.A and Toyota Customizing Development for Japan/Asia.