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Spy Shots: New Toyota Supra Variant Spotted in Germany

By SEMA News Sources

Toyota is gearing up to introduce a new variant of the Supra, according to SEMA News sources, who recently spotted a camouflaged prototype testing around the Nürburgring Nordschleife.

Suspected to be the '25 Toyota GRMN Supra, the images show the test mule is outfitted with a revised front lip and canards, along with a distinctive rear wing different from earlier prototypes tested at the Nürburgring last year.

Toyota Supra GRMN

Additionally, upgraded brakes and a lower ride height suggest the GRMN variant will likely include a revised, lower and stiffer suspension to enhance the coupe's already impressive handling, according to insiders.

In contrast to the regular GR Supra, the prototype appears to sport larger brake calipers and cross-drilled rotors. The spy photos also indicate lighter wheels paired with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.

Like the rest of the lineup, the GRMN Supra is expected to feature a BMW-sourced engine, such as the 473hp twin-turbocharged 3.0L straight-six found in the M3 and M4, sources said. Toyota will likely use a detuned version of this engine, similar to the one powering the 453hp BMW M2, as all these engines are available with a manual transmission. However, it's unlikely that the GRMN Supra will use the 543hp powerplant from the M3 CS and M4 CSL.