The announcement comes in response to growing customer expectations worldwide following the unveiling of the GR Supra GT4 Concept at the Geneva International Motor Show in March, and the participation of the GR Supra at the 24 Hours of Nürburgring in June. Toyota Gazoo Racing intends to strengthen its focus on customer motorsports and develop cars using the feedback gained through race participation.
The GR Supra GT4 is based on the GR Supra — Toyota Gazoo Racing’s first-ever global model released earlier this year — and it is developed and produced by Toyota Motorsport GmbH.
The GT4 category is popular with private race teams around the world due to its low cost and ease of entry. GT4 cars are eligible to participate in a variety of races across the globe, including the Super Taikyu Series in Japan, the GT4 European Series and the VLN Endurance Championship Nürburgring in Europe, and the Michelin Pilot Challenge Series in the U.S.
The GR Supra already participates in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in North America and, from 2020, is scheduled to compete in the Super GT GT500 Class in Japan. Details regarding the specifications of the GR Supra GT4, including its selling price, sales area and release date, are scheduled to be announced later this year.
Length: 4,460 mm
Width: 1,855 mm
Height: 1,250 mm
Construction: Steel body with high-strength roll cage
Front diffuser: Natural fibre composite
Rear wing: Natural fibre composite
Fuel tank: Motorsport specification with fast refuelling system
Driver’s seat: FIA-standard racing seat
Engine & Transmission
Type: In-line six-cylinder, single twin-scroll turbocharger
Displacement: 2,998 cc
Transmission: Automatic, rear-wheel drive
Exhaust system: Akrapovič
Suspension, Steering & Brakes
Front suspension: MacPherson strut
Rear suspension: Multilink
Steering: Electric, rack and pinion
Wheels: Five-hole 11 x 18 in