2024 Toyota Supra Price in India, Launch Date, Specifications, Top Speed, and Images

Toyota Kirloskar India intends to bring the all-new Toyota Supra to Indian coastlines. At the time of an interview, one of Toyota India's top management members hinted that the brand is actively forseeing the launch of the Supra GR in India. 

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Previously, the Indian government established a 2500 unit homologation-free import route for Indian automakers. This regulation allows global automakers to import up to 2500 vehicles from their international lineup into India each year. As a result of this new homologation, Toyota India will almost certainly import the Supra GR under the new homologation.

2024 Toyota Supra Price in India and Release Date

Currently, the Toyota Vellfire is the only product brought into India under this new homologation rule. It has plenty of room for other international products to use the 2500 homologation-free import route. The Supra GR, like the Vellfire, will be imported into India as a CBU unit.

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Toyota Supra Launch Date In India

The brand has not yet announced an official launch date. A top official from Toyota India indicated in an interview that they are assessing various options for bringing this sports car to India. The Toyota Supra, which is already available in some Southeast Asian countries, could be launched in India in 2024.

Price of Toyota Supra in India

The Toyota Supra is obtainable in four variants, with the base model costing 42,990 USD and the flagship model costing 54,795 USD. Below is a price table in USD for all models of the new GR Supra, as well as the anticipated price in India. These prices are only estimates; the actual price may differ.

Model  US Price Expected Price in India
2.0 42,990 USD Rs 70-75 Lakhs
3.0 50,990 USD Rs 80-85 Lakhs
3.0 Premium 54,490 USD Rs 85-90 Lakhs
A91 Edition 54,795 USD Rs 85-95 Lakhs

The GR Supra will be imported into India as a CBU unit, so the price will be significantly higher than in the US market. The Toyota Supra price in India could be in the range of Rs 70-75 Lakhs for the base variant, and Rs 85-95 Lakhs for the flagship A91 edition.

Toyota GR Supra Specifications & Features

Here's a quick rundown of the GR Supra 3.0 Variant's specifications and key features. The specifications and features shown here are for the 3.0 model.

Engine 3.0 L Inline-6 Cylinder, DOHC, 24 Valves
Maximum Power 382 HP at 5,800 – 6,500 RPM
Peak Torque 498 NM at 1,800-5000 RPM
Top Speed 255 KMPH
Mileage 11 KMPL
Transmission 8-Speed Automatic
Front Brakes 348mm Brembo 4-Piston Fixed Caliper Disc
Rear Brakes 330mm 1-Piston Floating Caliper Disc
Wheelbase 2469 mm
Ground Clearance 114 mm
Kerb Weight 1542 KG
Seating Capacity 2
Fuel Tank Capacity 51.86 Litres

Key Features

  • ‌Forged Aluminum 19 Inch Twin Spoke Wheels
  • ‌High-Performance Michelin Pilot Super Sport Tyres
  • ‌6 Lens Auto-Levelling LED Headlamps
  • ‌Aerodynamic Underbody Panel
  • ‌8.8 inch TFT LCD Console
  • ‌14 Way Power Adjustable Sports Seat
  • ‌Trimmed Seats - Black Alcantara Leather
  • ‌Smart Key System
  • ‌Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • ‌Electric Parking Brake (EPD)
  • ‌Cruise Control
  • ‌Hill Assist Control
  • ‌Lane Departure Warning with Steering Assist
  • ‌Vehicle Stability Control
  • ‌Brake Assist
  • ‌Traction control & ABS
  • ‌Launch Control
  • ‌Adaptive Variable Sport (AVS) suspension

Toyota GR Supra Overview

The new 2021 Supra retains the same good looks and appeal as previous models. It has dual exhaust tailpipes, a ducktail spoiler, and a double bubble bonnet, giving it a distinct and sporty appearance. It comes in seven different colours, while the flagship variant A91 comes in two different paint schemes.

The Toyota Supra is powered by a 3.0L twin-scroll, single turbo, DOHC, inline-6 cylinder engine with 24 valves. The engine in the 3.0 variant produces 382 HP and 498 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission with pedal shifters. The brand claims a top speed of 155 mph for the GR Supra.

The Toyota Supra's suspension system consists of a double-joint type MacPherson strut at the front end and a multi-link type independent suspension at the rear end. The GR Supra's brakes are 348mm Brembo 4-Piston fixed calliper discs at the front wheels and 330mm 1-Piston floating calliper disc brakes at the rear wheels.

It comes equipped with electric parking brake (EPB), Hill-start Assist Control (HAC), Pre-collision System with Pedestrian Detection, traction control, ABS, and Lane Departure Warning. It has advanced front, side, curtain, and knee airbags for the driver and front passenger. The Toyota Supra 3.0 also has 14-way power-adjustable seats and carbon-fibre interior trim.

The new Toyota Supra 3.0 is significantly heavier than the base 2.0 variant, weighing only 1542 KG. It has a 51-liter fuel tank and 114-millimeter ground clearance. It has 19-inch forged aluminium twin-spoke matte black finish wheels and it runs on Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres.

Toyota GR Supra competitors

  • BMW Z4
  • Porsche 718 Boxster
  • Audi TT RS
  • Chevrolet Corvette

So, these are the GR Supra's four main competitors in its class. When it comes to pricing, the Toyota Supra is the cheapest of the four cars, while the Audi TT RS is the most expensive, costing nearly 69K USD. The Porsche 718 Boxter and BMW Z4 start at $64,000 USD and $51,000 USD, respectively.


The Toyota Supra is one of the most well-known sports cars, and even the newer models are impressive. The six-cylinder variants, in particular, provide an ideal amount of power that can be used smoothly on city streets. The New Supra looks dashing and is fully equipped to compete with other performance coupes.

We've talked about the Toyota Supra price in India and the possibility of a launch here. According to reports, we believe it will be revealed soon in India. To appeal to a broader audience, the brand may also release a lower-cost model with fewer features. As of now, all of these are just educated guesses, but we hope to see them on Indian streets soon.

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