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BMW M-powered Toyota Supra GRMN in line for manual gearbox option – report

A high-performance version of the Toyota Supra could eventually become available with the option of a manual transmission, according to respected Japanese publication Mag X. The Toyota Supra GRMN is expected to be powered by the 3.0-litre twin-turbo six-cylinder engine from the upcoming BMW M3 sedan and M4 coupe, which is said to be available with a high-performance eight-speed auto, or a six-speed manual gearbox...

Toyota Supra GRMN to get BMW M power in 2023 – report

A limited edition Toyota Supra with BMW M Power is coming to showrooms in 2023, according to a report by Japan’s Best Car magazine citing unnamed sources. In a move that further cements the joint venture sports car program between the Japanese and German companies, BMW has reportedly been persuaded by Toyota to use one of its most prized engines in a limited run of Supra coupes...

1997 Toyota Supra selling for nearly twice as much as a new one

A pristine, limited-edition 1997 Toyota Supra has gone up for sale in Tennessee with an asking price nearly double that of a brand-new 2020 Toyota Supra available in the US. The fourth-generation Supra – more commonly referred to as the ‘Mk4’ – is being offered by Street Side Classics in Nashville with an asking price of $US92,995 ($AU133,000)...

McDonald's uses drifting Toyota Supras in insane new ad

McDonald's in Japan has partnered with Toyota to produce a viral video with a pair of Supras drifting in a closed-off car park. For two weeks from May 1, McDonald's Happy Sets – Japan's version of Happy Meals – will include a free Toyota Supra toy from Japanese model car maker, Tomica...

Finally we can say "Oh what a feeling!"

My brother-in-law owns a 2008 TRD HiLux 4000SL, which acts as a regular reminder of Toyota Australia’s attempt more than a decade ago to tempt newer and younger customers to the brand. Or, as the company might as well have also said: to eradicate the disparaging “white goods on wheels” comments associated with its cars...

Automotive Industry Insights podcast: The aftermath and memories of Holden

Mandy Turner and Mike Costello are on the panel this week. We speak with Josh Dowling about the aftermath of the demise of Holden this week. You'll also hear Holden memories from the editorial team. Mandy attends a Toyota GR Supra dealership drive day and talks to soon-to-be- and current owners...

Toyota Australia secures additional Supras, offers purchase through dealerships

Toyota Australia has secured additional GR Supra supply – and they'll be available for purchase directly through dealerships.  The exact number of extra cars available at dealerships is still unclear due to global demand for the model, with a Toyota spokesperson telling CarAdvice our allocation is "an ever-changing number"...

Toyota confirms faster, stiffer Supra for Australia

Toyota Australia has confirmed the Supra is getting a power boost and tweaked suspension "towards the end of 2020". The existing BMW-sourced turbocharged inline-six engine carries over, but peak power jumps from 250kW to 285kW – peak torque remains unchanged at 500Nm...

Automotive Industry Insights podcast: Our hits and misses of 2019!

Join Mandy Turner, Mike Costello, and Kez Casey on the final podcast for 2019. Mike chats about his time behind the wheel of the 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce. Scott Collie joins in to discuss the top five most clicked news stories of 2019, and we talk about our favourite and most disappointing cars for the year. Lastly, Kez reviews the 2020 Toyota Supra GTS...

Car News Daily podcast: Your daily download

Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word...

Toyota Supra online sales to end as dealers secure more cars

Toyota Supra fans won’t need to wait in an online queue for much longer if they want to buy the Japanese sports-car. Toyota will phase out the online ordering system for the Supra early next year and let dealers handle all pricing and sales enquiries after the company was able to secure more models for 2020...