New Toyota Supra Will Cost $63,500 In The U.S., Claims Source

Will the new Toyota Supra be the sports car we all want it to be? Well, based on unconfirmed specifications, it could be a little less than what we’d hoped for.

Published on the SupraMKV forums, this information allegedly comes from a reliable source. They proclaim that the 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six cylinder engine will produce 335 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque, figures which have been speculated on in the past.

Of more interest is an alleged starting price of roughly $63,500 in the United States. If true, that MSRP would put the Supra almost perfectly in the middle of the entry-level Porsche 718 Cayman that starts at $56,900 and the more powerful 718 Cayman S which is available from $69,300. Positioning the new Supra against the Cayman is a brave move by Toyota and is perhaps a sign of just how confident the Japanese carmaker is in its new flagship.

Will the new Supra be worth the price?

Elsewhere, these latest specifications indicate that the Supra will wear 19-inch two-tone five-spoke wheels, feature a digital gauge cluster, adopt BMW’s iDrive infotainment system with a new skin, and have a BMW steering wheel. Additionally, the cabin is said to be of Lexus quality and also includes a heads-up display.

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Final details suggest lane keeping assist will be featured alongside a pre-collision warning system and parking assistant. The exterior design is also said to be very similar to what renderings have previewed.

If the aforementioned power specifications are true, it means the Supra’s brother from another mother, the BMW Z4, will offer greater performance. In fact, the car has already been confirmed to use a twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder in M40i guise with 380 hp.

The new Supra may celebrate its global premiere at the Paris Auto Show alongside the Z4.

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  • Adilos Nave

    Is that in 2018 dollars or 2025? At this rate it’s going to be another 7 years until we actually see this thing on the road. The continual hype is more drawn-out than the second coming of Christ.

    • Mill0048

      Starting to feel like the launch of the 5th gen Camaro. It felt like that car would never come out.

    • TB

      AMEN TO THAT!!

    • Justin Spencer

      Or like the new Acura NSX….that was dragged out to death too. Wish they’d just come out with the damn thing already!

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  • RDS Alphard

    I’d say it’s closer to $88k+, consider the one back in 1993 was $44k+.

    • OG

      This car is going to be much cheaper than the old Mk4,reason why it didn’t sold well.

  • TheBelltower

    Man I hope it doesn’t look like this. The styling looks like the same vintage as the Nissan Z car.

    • Spyder Hole Fantome

      One could purchase 2 Z cars for that price and still have beer and gas money to pocket. Same hp figure too.

      • BlackPegasus

        And you can buy a barbecue rib.

        • Spyder Hole Fantome

          You know it!!! And enough soda to fill my cupped hands! Mmmmm hhhmmm!!

      • eb110americana

        And the Z is better looking to boot.

  • PK

    that’s a cheap looking bmw z4!

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    • Honda NSX-R

      One of the best looking renders I’ve seen it, hopefully it looks like that!

    • Nordschleife

      I don’t really care for the front. Your render is fine but I just don’t care for the front based on the details.

  • LJ

    64k for an uglier Toyota 86? No Thanks.

  • Strangelove Boom

    Almost everything about this over hyped nostalgia-mobile is a reminder of how little Toyota has progressed, or maybe even went backwards. To me, it is having the very opposite marketing effect I imagine Toyota is aiming for.

    • Joe E

      The NSX also had this effect on me.

  • Mill0048

    I guess the turbo 4-pot is no longer in the cards. They’ll probably let the next gen 86 serve that market (assuming it happens).

  • Victor Ferreira

    So what they’re saying is that the obvious car to buy is the Z4, as it offers more performance and – allegedly – the availability of a manual transmission (which I’m doubting). Great, so this car’s only selling point will be the name. Well done, Toyota.

  • TB

    Soooooooo that’s $64+ K in 202…..when?

  • Ru

    With BMW engine, legendary Toyota reliability is out the window!

  • Alfa Giulia QV

    Eh, I’ll believe it when we get an actual MSRP for the thing. That is, when Toyota actually unveils the production car but so far, that hasn’t happened.

  • ErnieB

    With so many nicer looking and great performing cars in this segment why would anyone drop that kinda of cash for this?

  • Lee

    This stupid car has been in development for 15 years.

  • D3X

    So has Toyota sent out the crew to start mining the raw materials yet? That FT-1 Concept has been worked on since 2012, and finally revealed in 2014. Just to put into perspective, the FR-S was launched in 2012… It’s already June 2018 and we can’t buy this car yet. I wouldn’t be surprised if the release is at the turn of the next decade.

    • Honda NSX-R

      I mean, at least this new Supra will be more attainable than the GT-R or NSX…

      • D3X

        Not if it’s vaporware.

  • ErnieB

    Porsche 718 starts at less than this.. give us one good reason Toyota as to why one should get this over a Porsche..

    • javier

      it would be cool if it had a big performane advantage but it doesn’t so why buy it, i dunno

  • gregory cassanova

    I think I have given up on this thing and really couldnt care less about it!

  • d’Aforde

    In reality, people will cross-shop the Supra with the Corvette and the Nissan GT-R. Both of those cars will probably blow it right off road. After all this hype, the Supra should have come out with a V8 — Toyota has the 5.0 liter V8 in the Lexus parts bin.

    • Alfa Giulia QV

      A V8 in a Supra? Yeah, no, I don’t see that working.

      • SpongeBob99Swell

        The new Lexus LS’ TNGA-L platform and 3.5L Twin-Turbo V6 would definitely work though, don’t you think?

        • Alfa Giulia QV

          Yeah it probably would. But Toyota wanted to split the cost of development with BMW so sharing a platform with the Z4 is the decision they went with.

        • Honda NSX-R

          According to some sources close to Toyota they didn’t go with that Lexus LS or LC platform since it’d be too heavy. Plus a partership with BMW would reduce development costs for a sports car that definitelly won’t be profitable in comparison to the Corolla, Camry, Prius, etc. But yeah it’d be cool to see a performance variant of that twin turbo V6.

  • Honda NSX-R

    If those specs are true, then this car is DOA

    • javier

      this car will hit 60 in around 4 seconds despite the 330 horse motor, i think it is stupid but someone will buy it

      • Honda NSX-R

        If it hits 60 mph in more than 4.3 seconds I’d consider it silly to price it at $63,000.

  • Bo Hanan

    Lies!
    That price puts it in 718/911 territory.

    • Astonman

      911 starts in the mid 90K

  • Alter Ego

    Imagine being this mad about people taking shots at a car… You have like 6 replies on this one article defending a company that doesn’t need defending. I think you’re taking online commentary a little too seriously.

  • Spyder Hole Fantome

    Debatable.

  • Spyder Hole Fantome

    I wouldnt believe you… at all.

  • Spyder Hole Fantome

    Dude, are you married to Toyota or something??? All of your comments suggest how butthurt you get when someone leaves a critical comment about Toyota. Get over it, yo!!!

  • pcurve

    wow… I give Toyota major props for bringing this to market. Nissan sold 1700 GTR when it was $70k. Fanboys may love Supra, but it doesn’t have the same level of mystique and cachet as GT-R… I would be shocked if the move more than 1500 copies…

  • SteersUright

    All hearsay until both cars are driven and reviews are out. They’re largely identical for all intents and purposes. So lets see how they shape up in the real world (hopefully) soon!

    • Victor Ferreira

      I mean, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Supra was faster around a track. After all, it’s not a convertible – it’s lighter and more rigid. But that’s not what sells cars to the majority of the public who has this much cash. What sells is horsepower numbers and how fun it is on a straight line and a back road on the weekend. Which a manual convertible with more power would – in most cases – win.

      Of course, however, you’re right and we have to wait for comparative reviews to come out.

  • Lee

    Just telling it like it is, the car is an over hyped re-badged BMW that will get spanked by a Camaro SS 1LE in every contest.

  • TB

    How do you know what I drive? You don’t, so you should not ASSume. I just want to bring that to your attention now at 11 before you get older. Next time think before you post something so it makes sense.
    #themoreyouknow

  • Whatever

    If the components in the motor are forged everything and responds exceptionally well to mods; I say it’s worth it. Afterall; the supra is famous not for it’s horsepower; but how much it can be tweaked up to.

  • eb110americana

    Well, I called the price correctly when everyone was saying this would be an affordable sports car. I still think it will have closer to 400 hp, since the 335 number was just taken straight off the 3-Series. And I still think it’s ugly as sin.

  • Six_Tymes

    sorry, but that’s crazy, they over priced it. you know options will push it even higher

  • Kagan

    335 hp only without forced air charge.

  • Сафиуллина-Мохамед Рамазанов

    Honestly after I read all the comments I got astonished 😲

    A lot of people bashing and other defending
    All of this happening for a vehicle not yet in the market!!!!!

    Don’t be psychic guys and return to your minds please

  • GPFan

    What does this offer over a Mustang or Camaro?
    Different image I suppose and the ‘Lexus’ interior.
    Not feeling this car

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  • FactChecker90803

    Ohhh Cool, 335 Hp and 369 lb-ft torque, looks let get down to the Meat and Potatoes, $63,500. Hmm for that amount if Green Backs, I can get a Corvette C7 Stingray 2LT with the Z51 Package, 8 speed Auto, and 465HP and 460 Lb-ft of Torque..yeah worth waiting for.

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