Toyota GR Supra Jarama Racetrack Version revealed
The mannequin takes its title from the Jarama circuit in northern Spain, the place the pre-production launch for the GR Supra was held again in 2018.
A complete of 30 items will come to the UK from a complete European construct run of 90, every specified with bespoke Horizon Blue paintwork and contrasting matt black wheels. The wheel design itself is similar as fitted to the usual GR Supra Professional, and behind them are the identical red-painted brake calipers.
Inside, the black leather-based and Alcantara trim is unchanged from the Professional mannequin, besides for brand spanking new blue stitching to match the outside paint. The Professional’s carbonfibre console trim can also be current, however has been joined by an extra piece between the passenger-side air vents with a mannequin plaque and construct quantity.
All Jarama Racetrack Editions will likely be powered by the identical 335bhp 3-litre B58 in-line six as the usual GR Supra, paired to the identical eight-speed automated transmission and electronically managed limited-slip differential. Efficiency, due to this fact, is unchanged, and so too is the usual gear record from the top-spec Professional mannequin.
Native pricing has but to be confirmed, however will probably sit simply above the £54,960 asking value of the traditional GR Supra Professional 3.0.