It is named after the Spanish racetrack where it was first evaluated by the media.
Of the 90, 30 are headed to the UK.
Will be available later this spring.
The Toyota GR Supra is still making waves more than two years after it was initially launched on the world’s sports car stage. Despite much criticism, of which you are all likely aware of, the GR Supra is still a car worth celebrating and being thankful for. To commemorate the Supra’s first outing with the media, Toyota has introduced the Jarama Racetrack Edition.
Visual differences, inside and out, are what separate the Jarama Racetrack Edition from the typical GR Supras. It is painted Horizon Blue, a shade that nicely complements the black 19-inch wheels which sit on red brake calipers.
The cabin features an individualized production number insert that includes a silhouette of Jarama. Also part of the package are Alcantara and carbon fiber touches along with blue contrast stitching. A cool piece of tech also fitted in the car is a GPS system with 3D mapping.
Only 90 examples of the Toyota GR Supra Jarama Racetrack Edition will be sold. Why 90? A90 maybe? 30 of them are headed for the UK, while none are coming to our side of the Pond.