2022 Toyota GR Supra

MSRP $43,090

Ranked #7 in Compact Coupe



2022 Toyota GR Supra Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: August 3, 2021

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Nathan Dyer 

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The resurrected Toyota Supra has faced much criticism ever since its release a few years ago. However, the 2022 model year Toyota Supra delivers everything it originally promised. With two powerful engines to choose from and with an extremely well-tuned chassis, the 2022 Toyota Supra delivers thrilling acceleration and razor-sharp cornering. The 2022 model year offers four trims to choose from, all offergin different levels of performance and comfort. The 2022 Toyota Supra starts at $43,090 and offers a great package of performance and practicality.

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Razor-Sharp Driving Dynamics. 

Impressive Fuel Economy. 

Great Interior Technology.


Mundane Interior. 

Limited Customization Options. 

Expensive 3.0L Variant. 

What's New?

No major changes since 2021. 


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Base$43,090 onwards

Colors and Styles

2022 Toyota GR Supra in Clear Flame Yellow color
Clear Flame Yellow

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Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

The 2022 Toyota Supra ends up being a performer in terms of fuel economy as well, along with offering a good amount of cabin practicality and cargo space. While the updated Supra is a complete stunner on the outside, the interior sure feels rather underwhelming and under-appointed. Toyota definitely could have taken notes from BMW at this front, and this remains one of the very few aspects of the Toyota Supra we aren’t convinced about. The 2022 Toyota Corolla faces tight competition from rivals such as the 2021 BMW Z4 30i, the Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe, and the 2021 Audi TT

2022 Toyota GR Supra Features

The 2022 Toyota Supra is offered in four different trims, ranging from a price point of $43,090 all the way to $54,795 in the case of the A91 Edition. The base trim offers fairly basic comfort and features and technology, including a downsized 2.0L turbocharged Inline-4 engine. Going for the 3.0 trim gets you the bigger 3.0L turbocharged Inline-6 engine, which makes a lot more power and stands truly reminiscent of the original A80 Supra. The Supra 3.0 Premium builds on to the 3.0 trim, adding additional comfort features to keep your Supra daily drivable.


Supra 2.0

Supra 3.0

Supra 3.0 Premium

A91 Edition






Key Features

2.0L twin-scroll single-turbo inline 4-cylinder engine

3.0L twin-scroll single-turbo inline 6-cylinder engine

14-way heated front seats + memory function

Available black-painted satin-finish carbon-fiber duckbill rear spoiler


18-in. cast-aluminum 10-spoke wheels with dual-tone finish

Adaptive Variable Sport (AVS) suspension

12-speaker JBL® HiFi Surround Sound system (500W)

19-in. forged-aluminum twin-spoke wheels with matte-black finish


8.8-in. display screen with Supra Command

Active Rear Sport Differential

Brembo® 4-piston fixed-caliper disc brakes with red-painted calipers and silver Toyota Supra logo


Black/Blue Alcantara® /leather-trimmed heated sport seats with blue stitching


Black Alcantara® 94/leather-trimmed sport seats

Dual rear exhaust outlets with brushed stainless steel exhaust tips

Sport pedals


Genuine carbon-fiber auto-folding, heated outside mirror caps with memory function


Dual rear exhaust outlets with polished stainless steel exhaust tips

14-way power-adjustable seats with driver's-seat memory function

Full-color Head-Up Display (HUD)


Black satin-finish double-hash racing decal


Dual-Zone Climate Control

Chassis braces in engine bay

Qi-compatible wireless smartphone charging tray with light indicator

Full-color Head-Up Display (HUD)

We Recommend

While there’s a solid range of Supras to choose from, we recommend going for the 3.0 Premium. While the Supra 3.0 Premium trim costs more than $10,000 over the base trim, it offers significantly more than what those extra ten thousand bucks actually cost. On top of housing the powerful and heritage-acknowledging 3.0L turbocharged Inline-6 engine, the 3.0 Premium gets you plenty of creature comforts that help you daily drive your Supra much better. Shell out those extra dollars and get the Supra 3.0 Premium, and it’ll certainly be worth your money. 

2022 Toyota Supra Release Date

The 2022 Toyota Supra is out for sale, and can be built online or purchased at your nearby Toyota Dealership. The base Supra starts at about $43,090, and you further have the option of fitting it with packages and convenience features. You also have the option for going for the A91 Edition, which gets you additional perks and goodies to remind you of the heritage your Supra is associated with. 

2022 Toyota GR Supra Engine and Performance

The base 2022 Toyota Supra is offered with a 2.0L turbocharged Inline-4 engine, which has been developed in collaboration with BMW. The Supra’s engine is punchy and angry, and managed to put down a pretty respectable 255 horsepower, along with a steady 295 lb-ft of torque. The 3.0 trim gets you a fatter 3.0L turbocharged Inline-6 engine, which is good for an impressive 382 horsepower and 368 lb-ft of torque. The 2.0L engine comes mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission, which qualifies as lightning fast and efficient. 

Power is sent to the rear wheels, and no option for upgrading to AWD is available (we’re not complaining!). The 2022 Toyota Supra takes corners with impressive precision, but has a tendency to throw its rear out. While the drive is rewarding, the Supra does come with certain performance limitations in the case of the 2.0L engine. We highly recommend considering the 3.0L engine to extract the most out of the chassis of the Supra. Additionally the 2022 Toyota Supra 3.0 sprints from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds, which makes it highly competitive with some other premium sports cars in this segment. 


2022 Toyota Supra

2021 BMW Z4 30i

2021 Audi TT

2021 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe







2.0L Turbo Inline-4

2.0L Turbo Inline-4

2.0L Turbo Inline-4

2.0L Turbo Inline-4







8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

7-Speed Automatic

9-Speed Automatic


255 hp @ 5,000 rpm

240 hp @ 5,000 rpm

228 hp @ 5,000 rpm

255 hp @ 5,800 rpm


295 lb-ft @ 1,550 rpm

295 lb-ft @ 1,500 rpm

258 lb-ft @ 1,750 rpm

273 lb-ft @1,800 rpm

Comparing the competition, the Toyota Supra and the Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe offer the most power, while the former manages to put down more torque. The BMW Z4’s similar engine manages torque output similar to that of the Toyota. Despite being one of the more expensive cars in the lot, the Audi TT manages to deliver relatively lower power and torque figures. All sports cars in the lot are offered in RWD as standard. The C300 Coupe comes with the best gearbox among the competition, offering tight gear ratios and impressive shift acumen.

2022 Toyota GR Supra Fuel Economy

Despite being at par with most other sports cars in this price range, the base Toyota Supra doesn’t fail to live up to industrial fuel efficiency standards. The 2022 Toyota Supra 2.0 returns pretty decent fuel economy, given its performance capabilities. The base Supra manages to return 25 MPG in the city, and an impressive 32 MPG on the highway. 

The result is a pretty decent combined EPA rating of 28 MPG. Additionally the Toyota Supra comes fitted with a 13.7-gallon fuel tank, which can allow the fuel-efficient Japanese sports car to travel considerable distances without refueling. The official figure for the driving range, however, remains undisclosed. 


2022 Toyota Supra

2021 BMW Z4 30i

2021 Audi TT

2021 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe

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Analyzing the competition, the 2022 Toyota Supra stands at par with German rivals such as the 2021 BMW Z4 and the 2021 Audi TT. Interestingly enough, the Toyota Supra and the BMW Z4 offer the best fuel economy among the competition, with the 2021 Audi TT following closely. Unfortunately, the Mercedes-Benz C300 lags behind significantly, offering much lower city and combined economies, owing to the shorter gearing. The Mercedes-Benz, however, comes with the largest fuel tank, which enables it with a considerable range of 539 miles on the highway. This figure also happens to be the highest among competitors.

2022 Toyota GR Supra Interior

The 2022 Toyota Supra offers a cozy and technologically-centered interior, fairly in line with the current lineup of Toyota vehicles sold in the United States. The Supra’s interior feels fairly roomy, and can comfortably accommodate two tall petrolheads. On the 3.0 Premium trim, there’s generous use of leather and high-end materials, but the lower trims can feel a little sparse. The cabin ergonomics feel on point, with all the necessary controls mounted within the reach of the driver. We love the Supra’s digital gauge cluster, which displays a wide range of driving parameters in a clean, organized fashion. There are, however, limited customization options when it comes to the Supra’s interior. 

Even on the 3.0 Premium trim, you only have the option of sticking with the back leather seats. The Premium gets you 14-way Power-Adjustable seats of course, but you can’t customize the color or stitching scheme, which feels like a bit of a stretch for a $54,000+ premium sports car. Toyota, however, lets you pick carpet cargo mats for a whopping $199. There’s also a Phone Cable & Charge Package worth $73, which gets you additional USB and Lightning chargers. To sum up, the Supra’s interior is comfortable but sparse. With limited options and no race-focused aesthetics either, the 2022 Toyota Supra’s cabin leaves us confused.


2022 Toyota Supra

2021 BMW Z4 30i

2021 Audi TT

2021 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe

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2 + 2

2 + 2

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Comparing the competition, the Toyota Supra and the BMW Z4 30i offer only a single row of seats, while the 2021 Audi TT and the Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe fetch you an extra row of seats for a small premium over the Toyota-BMW duo. The 2021 BMW Z4 30i offers the most headroom and legroom at the front, while marginally wider C300 Coupe offers the most shoulder space. At the back, the Mercedes-Benz offers more headroom and legroom than the Audi, while also offering greater shoulder space than its German partner. This deficit in rear space of the Audi TT can be attributed to its aggressively sloping roofline, making the TT suitable only for two adults up front. Some key interior features offered with the 2022 Toyota Supra include: 

  • Black Leather Seats. 
  • 14-way Power-Adjustable Seats (3.0 Premium).
  • Seat Heating and Ventilation (3.0 Premium).
  • Digital Gauge Cluster. 
  • Carbon-Fiber Center Console. 
  • Two Cup Holders. 
  • Brushed-Aluminum Door Handles. 
  • Rotary-Type Control Knob. 

2022 Toyota Supra Infotainment System

The 2022 Toyota Supra is offered with an 8.8-inch infotainment touchscreen, featuring a wide range of apps and settings to play with. Wireless Apple CarPlay is on offer, which certainly brings up the Supra’s infotainment unit at par with present-day technology standards. With the Supra, you also get a 12-speaker JBL sound system, along with a full-color Head-Up Display Unit. 

Toyota offers a SiriusXM Radio to add diversity to your infotainment needs, while you can easily play your favorite playlist via Bluetooth Audio Streaming. There’s also USB, Aux and iPod playback support, which certainly offers you a good degree of flexibility. Wireless Charging lets your smartphone stay juiced up on the go. Some major infotainment features offered with the 2022 Toyota Supra include:

  • 8.8-inch Infotainment Screen. 
  • 12-Speaker JBL Sound System. 
  • 500-Watt Sound. 
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio. 
  • USB and iPod Support. 
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming. 
  • SupraConnect Telematics.
  • Apple CarPlay. 
  • Wireless Charging.

2022 Toyota GR Supra Exterior

The 2022 Toyota Supra comes with a beautifully sculpted body, with stunning design elements that stand fresh yet relevant with present-day design expectations. The updated Toyota Supra retains the iconic silhouette seen on the original A80 Supra, highlighting the origins of its sporty DNA. The Supra features plenty of functional air vents on the front and on the sides, which add to its sporty appeal. 

The proportions are mighty gorgeous, and the LED front and rear lighting units constantly remind you of the modernity of the updated supra, despite the timeless design. The rear haunches feature curvy, sculpted fenders which beautifully blend into a tasteful ducktail spoiler. The rear features aggressive yet elegantly modeled bodywork, along with the traditional Supra badging seen on Supra models of the ‘90s. What’s new is the Gazoo Racing badge at the back, along with Ferrari-style racing brake lights at the center of the bumper. There’s also a dual-exhaust setup to further enhance the sporty appeal of the 2022 Toyota Supra.


2022 Toyota Supra

2021 BMW Z4 30i

2021 Audi TT

2021 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe

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Among the competition, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz C300 stands as the heaviest vehicle in the lot, measuring north of 3,500 lbs. The Toyota Supra measures the lightest in weight, which gives it a competitive advantage over its rivals. The Mercedes-Benz also sports grand proportions, being the longest and tallest vehicle in the lot. The BMW Z4 30i stands the widest, thanks to its roadster-style persona. The Toyota Supra features the least height, which adds to its racey personality. In terms of ground clearance, the Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe hangs the closest to the tarmac, measuring just 3.8 inches. The BMW Z4 30i, on the other hand, features the greatest ground clearance. The C300 Coupe also features the longest wheelbase, while that of the Toyota and BMW measures the shortest. Some key exterior features offered with the 2022 Toyota Supra include: 

  • 19-inch Forged Aluminum Wheels.
  • 275/35ZR19 Rear Sport Tires. 
  • Rain-Sensing Wipers. 
  • Blacked-Out Front Grille. 
  • Functional Air Vents. 
  • Classic “Supra” logo. 
  • Gazoo Racing Badging. 
  • LED Front and Brake Lights.

2022 Toyota GR Supra Safety

The 2022 Toyota Supra stands as a pretty safe sports car for daily driving. The updated Supra features some of the best safety features Toyota has to offer, which directly means that it stands relevant from a safety standpoint, and at par with some of the safest Toyota vehicles currently on sale. The Supra has been developed with BMW, and features the same rigid platform the 2021 BMW Z4 is based on. 

That being said, the Toyota Supra is also offered with a plethora of airbags and additional passive safety features to keep you secure during a collision. In addition to that, the 2022 model year Supra comes equipped with some clever electronic aids that help the sports coupe prevent accidents to the best of its ability. The NHTSA and the IIHS have not had the opportunity to test the Supra yet, but that barely challenges the Japanese sports car’s safety merit. Some key safety features offered with the 2022 Toyota Supra include:

  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC).
  • ABS and Traction Control. 
  • Side Impact Beams.
  • Dual-Stage Airbags. 
  • Lane Departure Alert. 
  • Lane Keep Assist. 
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Warning. 
  • Steering Assist. 

2022 Toyota GR Supra Competition

2022 Toyota Supra vs BMW Z4 30i:

The Toyota Supra stands mechanically very similar to the BMW Z4 30i, since both the sports cars were developed in partnership. However, the Supra’s driving dynamics differ vastly from that of the BMW Z4, the latter being more focused towards comfortable touring and relaxed continent crushing. 

There’s also a significant difference with the equipment list, with BMW offering better interiors and technology than the Toyota Supra. Both sports cars share equally good practicality, with the Supra having slightly more cargo space on offer. If you want power, but are looking for laid back, comfortable drives with the top down, the 2021 BMW Z4 30i would be a better choice. 

2022 Toyota Supra vs Audi TT:

The Audi TT stands as a highly competitive coupe, featuring a powerful engine and punchy acceleration numbers. The Toyota Supra stands equally competitive, but the TT’s true performance merit unfolds when you opt for its slightly more performance-oriented variant, the TT RS. 

The TT’s interior feels sparse for an Audi product, and can get tight for taller occupants. However, the Audi TT does offer an extra set of seats at the back, which is otherwise missing on the Toyota Supra. From an overall picture, we would suggest opting for the Toyota Supra instead of the Audi TT, the former being a better-rounded vehicle, all things considered. 

2022 Toyota Supra vs Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe:

There is a fundamental difference in philosophy between the 2022 Toyota Supra and the Mercedes-Benz C300. While the Supra has been developed ground-up to be a competitive, nimble, sharp sports car, the C300 is based on Mercedes-Benz’s C-Class platform. The C300 Coupe sure is powerful, but loses its touch with performance, being the lesser cousin of the C63 AMG. 

The Mercedes-Benz is also heavy and bulky, which is quite the opposite in case of the Supra. However, the C300 Coupe features a far better cabin than the Supra. There’s a lot more luxury and comfort in the cabin, with the C300 also managing to double as a potent touring machine. However, if you take all things into account, the Toyota Supra ends up being a better choice, and also comes at a much more relaxed price tag.

2022 Toyota GR Supra Final Verdict

The 2022 Toyota Supra stands as a wonderful package of performance and nostalgia, offered at a competitive price point. We’ll be honest- the updated Toyota Supra certainly has lost its JDM essence of being a cheap but highly modifiable sports car in the last two decades of its absence from the market. However, that scarcely changes the fact that the new Supra still manages to be a breath of fresh air in the market primarily dominated by expensive German coupes. The Toyota Supra manages to put a smile on your face with its sharp handling, quick acceleration, and stunning aesthetics. 

For the $43,000 you pay, the 2022 Toyota Supra might not fetch you the best comfort features, but sure stands as an extremely potent sports car, and stands true to its Japanese essence. There’s a good deal of practicality associated with the Supra too, such as great gas mileage, cavernous cargo space and on-point cabin ergonomics. There are places where the Supra undoubtedly falters, but those things get outweighed by the Supra’s sheer brilliance in other aspects. If you’re considering buying a sporty coupe in this price range, we’re happy to report that the 2022 Toyota Supra surely offers an outstanding alternative to plenty of expensive cars in this range, and to a good extent, puts them to shame.