Bad news! The GRMN won’t be available until 2023, and it will be limited to just 200 units.
According to Best Car Japan, which spoke to Supra boss Tetsuya Tada, the Supra GRMN will get the M-division’s latest 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline six, delivering over 510 hp. It will be mated to a seven-speed M-DCT transmission, which BMW is reluctantly handing over.
To put that into perspective, the current peak GR Supra 3.0 Premium produces 335 hp and gets from 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds. With close to 200 more horses under the hood the GRMN will go well beyond Fast and Furious territory.
Toyota will reportedly put the Supra GRMN through its paces in the arduous Nürburgring 24-hour race before releasing just 200 models to the public, likely as the car’s swan song. The price is expected to be around $110,000. Better place your order now if you want one.