Time flies when you remember that the fifth-generation Supra has been around for nearly five years. The BMW Z4-based sports car has spawned a multitude of special editions since its debut, including a long-awaited manul for the six-cylinder model. Until the hotly anticipated GRMN arrives next year, Toyota is squeezing in yet another limited-run model.
There's a good reason this looks like a race car with a license plate. The latest Supra special is modeled after the GR Supra GT4 Evo. Toyota is celebrating the production of one hundred race cars with a GT4 100th Edition Tribute wearing a color-matching Plasma Orange paint. It comes with a custom body wrap and boasts numerous Gazoo Racing accessories to set it apart from a standard Supra.
This version is available only in Europe and is based on the Lightweight trim level with a 3.0-liter engine and a six-speed manual gearbox. Upgrades vary from carbon fiber side mirror caps and rear wing to black brake calipers and AC Schnitzer's front splitter. It also gets a Bilstein Evo T1 suspension with 10-stage damper adjustment and a lowered ride height of up to 1.4 inches (35 millimeters).
Other substantial changes include lightweight Protrack One cast wheels and a Milltek sports exhaust system with bespoke tips to fit the standard rear apron. Because this Supra comes with several aftermarket parts, it's on display at the 2023 Essen Motor Show in Germany until December 10 – basically Europe's SEMA equivalent.
Toyota is going to sell only 100 examples of the Supra GT4 100th Edition Tribute on the Old Continent. In Germany, it's charging a steep €68,900 or €2,450 more than the Lightweight version upon which it's based. At the same time, it's €16,050 pricier than a base Supra in Deutschland. In the United States, prices vary from a far lower $45,540 for the base 2.0 to $64,375 for the 45th Anniversary Edition.