Toyota’s The Gazoo Racing division has provided race-only tournaments Supra GT4 an important update in preparation for the 2023 season. Using extensive feedback provided by racers and auto mechanics, the company refined the coupe. brakehandle and engine.
Racers demanded better handling and higher cornering speeds, and Toyota delivered by redesigning brake system, developed a new setup for the ABS system, updated the roll bars and fitted adjustable dampers supplied by the German company KW Automotive. Toyota adds that pilots will have the opportunity to put these improvements to good use thanks to a more powerful engine with an optimized torque curve.
Power comes from a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six whose horsepower depends on the race series it’s tuned to, though its peak torque output is at at 487 pound-feet. The six breathing tubes adopt the Akrapovič exhaust and its cooling system has been made more efficient, although details on the modifications have not been released. It turns the rear wheels through an automatic transmission.
Riding on 18-inch OZ Racing wheels, the Supra GT4 features Brembo-sourced Brembo brakes, an OMP Racing saddle for the rider and a roll cage. It stands out even more Legal street model, regular production with a particular music tights it’s worth noting that there’s an extra huge rear wing. The list of standard features includes a traction control system and a digital instrument cluster, while options include a suspension cruise sensor.
Update Toyota GR Supra The GT4 Evo is already on sale globally, and prices start at 186,000 euros (about $186,000). Teams are currently racing the ultimate evolution of the Supra GT4 can purchase an upgrade kit to bring their vehicle up to Evo specs. The coupe is scheduled to make its track debut in January 2023 at 24 Hours of Daytona, which is the first lap of the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge season.