Toyota Supra Price in India, Launch Date, Specs, Top Speed, & Images
The brand Toyota Kirloskar India is planning to bring the all-new Toyota Supra to the Indian shores. During an Interview, One of the top management members of Toyota India hinted that the brand is seriously considering the launch of Supra GR in India. Below are the complete details like the Toyota Supra price in India, launch date, specs, features and mileage.
Earlier the government of India has introduced a 2500 units homologation free import route for the car manufacturers in India. With the help of this regulation, the global car brands in India can import up to 2500 cars from their international lineup annually. So, Toyota India will most likely import the Supra GR under this new homologation.
Toyota Supra Price In India & Launch Date
Currently, the brand has only one product, the Toyota Vellfire, that is brought in India under this new homologation rule. It has an ample amount of room to use the 2500 homologation-free import route for other international products. The Supra GR will be brought in India as a CBU unit like the Vellfire.
Toyota Supra Launch Date In India
As of now, there is no official launch date revealed by the brand. In an interview, A top official from Toyota India hinted that are evaluating various options to bring this sports car in India. The Toyota Supra could be launched in India in 2021 as it is already available in some southeast Asian countries.
Toyota Supra Price in India
The Toyota Supra is available in 4 variants, the Price for the base variant is 42,990 USD and goes up to 54,795 USD for the flagship model. Below is a price table in USD of all the models of new GR Supra and expected price in India. These prices mentioned are just a guess, actual price may differ.
|Model||US Price||Expected Price in India|
|2.0||42,990 USD||Rs 70-75 Lakhs|
|3.0||50,990 USD||Rs 80-85 Lakhs|
|3.0 Premium||54,490 USD||Rs 85-90 Lakhs|
|A91 Edition||54,795 USD||Rs 85-95 Lakhs|
The GR Supra will be brought in India as a CBU unit hence it will carry a much higher price tag as compared to the US market. The Toyota Supra price in India could be priced in the range of Rs 70-75 Lakhs for the base variant, while the flagship A91 edition could be priced around Rs 85-95 Lakhs.
GR Supra Specifications & Features
Here is a quick insight of the specifications and key features of the GR Supra 3.0 Variant. The specs and features shown here are of 3.0 model.
|Engine||3.0 L Inline-6 Cylinder, DOHC, 24 Valves|
|Maximum Power||382 HP at 5,800 – 6,500 RPM|
|Peak Torque||498 NM at 1,800-5000 RPM|
|Top Speed||255 KMPH|
|Front Brakes||348mm Brembo 4-Piston Fixed Caliper Disc|
|Rear Brakes||330mm 1-Piston Floating Caliper Disc|
|Ground Clearance||114 mm|
|Kerb Weight||1542 KG|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||51.86 Litres|
- 19 Inch Forged Aluminum Twin Spoke Wheels
- High-Performance Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tyres
- 6 Lens Auto-Levelling LED Headlamps
- Aerodynamic Underbody Panel
- 8.8 inch TFT LCD Console
- 14 Way Power Adjustable Sports Seat
- Black Alcantara Leather-Trimmed Seats
- Smart Key System
- Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control
- Electric Parking Brake (EPD)
- Cruise Control
- Hill Assist Control
- Lane Departure Warning with Steering Assist
- Vehicle Stability Control
- Brake Assist
- Traction control & ABS
- Launch Control
- Adaptive Variable Sport (AVS) suspension
Overview Of Toyota GR Supra
The new 2021 Supra still looks good and appealing like the older models. It gets dual exhaust tailpipes, ducktail spoiler, and double bubble bonnet that gives it a unique and sporty design. It is available in 7 colour options to choose from, while the flagship variant A91 is available in two special paint schemes.
The Toyota Supra is powered by a 3.0L twin-scroll, single turbo, DOHC, 24-Valves, inline-6 cylinder engine. The engine of 3.0 variant churns out 382 HP of maximum power and 498 Nm of peak torque. It comes mated to an 8-Speed automatic gearbox with pedal shifters. The claimed top speed by the brand for the GR Supra is 155 mph.
The Suspension equipment of the Toyota Supra includes a double-joint type MacPherson strut at the front end and a multi-link type independent suspension at the rear end. Braking duties on the GR Supra are taken care of by 348mm Brembo 4-Piston fixed calliper disc brakes at the front wheels and 330mm 1-Piston floating calliper disc brakes at the rear wheels.
It is fully loaded with safety features like electric parking brake (EPB), Hill-start Assist Control (HAC), Pre-collision System with Pedestrian Detection, traction control, ABS, and Lane Departure Warning. It gets front, side, curtain and knee advanced airbag system for driver and front passenger. The Toyota Supra 3.0 variant is also equipped with 14-way power-adjustable seats and carbon-fibre interior trim.
The new Toyota Supra 3.0 weighs only 1542 KG, which is slightly heavier than the base 2.0 variant. It gets a 51 litres large fuel tank and it offers a ground clearance of 114mm. It is equipped with 19 inches forged aluminium twin-spoke matte black finish wheels and it runs on Michelin pilot super sport tyres.
Competitors Of GR Supra
- BMW Z4
- Porsche 718 Boxster
- Audi TT RS
- Chevrolet Corvette
So, these are the four major competitors of the GR Supra in its class. Out of these four cars, when it comes to pricing the Toyota Supra is the cheapest among them while the Audi TT RS is the costliest in this fleet priced at almost 69K USD. The Porsche 718 Boxter and BMW Z4 price start at 64K USD and 51K USD respectively.
The Toyota Supra has been one of the most famous sports cars, and even the newer variants are praiseworthy. Especially, the six-cylinder variants, offer a perfect amount of power that can be used comfortably on streets. The New Supra looks dashing and it is fully loaded to take on other performance coupe’s.
Here we have discussed the Toyota Supra price in India and launch possibility. As per the reports, we think it will be revealed soon in India. The brand might also introduce a cheaper model with downgraded equipment to please a wider range of audience. As of now all of these are just expected guess, we hope to see it soon on the Indian streets.