TOYOTA GAZOO Racing competes in the world’s most prestigious motorsport events, including the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and the World Rally Championship (WRC). We can grow our people, generate new technology, and produce ever-better cars by overcoming the problems we confront amid competition.

Our new GR Supra GT4 race car will further reinforce our commitment to customer motorsports following the debut of the GR Supra GT4 Concept in 2019. To get into Europe’s GT4 series at a cheap cost, we’ve developed a race-ready car based on the road car’s balanced chassis and lightweight, extremely stiff shell.


For drivers of all skill levels, the GR Supra GT4 was developed by Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe (TGR-E) with innovations like the Intelligent GT4 Racing System (IGRS) that reduce distractions and improve concentration during intense competition.

A mechanical limited-slip differential and a 7-speed sports automatic transmission in the road car’s 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder engine with one twin-scroll turbocharger. An Akrapovic exhaust system and Ravenol lubricants guarantee strong performance and dependability on the track.

Using natural fibre composites, the front splitter and rear wing contribute to a weight reduction of 1,350 kilogrammes. The front and rear suspensions have been outfitted with MacPherson struts and a multi-link configuration for steady, precise handling.

It has been upgraded with Brembo racing brakes, six-pot at the front and four-pot at the back, for a reassuring feel and power at the limit. The 305/660 Pirelli tyres on five-stud OZ Racing alloy wheels enhance performance.

Safety features include a high-strength roll cage and an FIA-standard racing seat with a six-point harness built into the lightweight steel body. A carbon fibre instrument panel and a GT4-specific steering wheel complete the interior’s focus.


In a road car, on the track.

We brought together some of the world’s most influential drivers, from WRC and WEC stars to drift champs and TV celebrities, to have their first taste of the new Toyota GR Supra. Our expert drivers described the significance of the supra name in their fast-paced lives after sharing their initial impressions of our new sports car at the limit.


Two words that bring back memories of the iconic Castrol TOMS Supra GTs and battle-scarred Supra GT LMs of the mid-90s to a generation of motorsport enthusiasts and Gran Turismo players.

However, it wasn’t until the early 1980s that the GR Supra made its mark in the world of motorsport. A60 and A70 Supras were also successful in a wide range of racing disciplines, from European Touring Cars to World Rally Championships, despite the GR Supra being the most successful.