Toyota knocks it out of the park with the 2022 Toyota GR Supra, a car that’s been fitted with premium features and roaring powertrain options. A favorite of many reviewers, this model still manages to stand proud against other vehicles in its class. It adds in safety features and infotainment options that any driver would enjoy. This review on the 2022 Toyota GR Supra will go over the many features and specs that make the GR Supra a whole barrel of fun to be had.


The biggest change to the 2022 Toyota GR Supra’s lineup is the addition of the A91-CF trim, with the CF standing for Carbon Fiber. This model is special as it makes use of Carbon Fiber accents and unique additions such as a set of black and red leather-trimmed seats, 19-inch matte black wheels, and a Carbon Fiber Duckbill spoiler on the rear. All of these new additions are aimed at improving the GR Supra’s aerodynamic profile. Other new additions include heating on the seats for all 3.0 models, a new interior color scheme for the Premium trim level, and additional options for the technology suite of the GR Supra.


The 2022 Toyota GR Supra comes available with 4 different trim levels, all with differing prices that mirror their added features. The base model for this lineup would be the 2.0 trim, which makes use of a weaker engine with greater fuel efficiency. This goes all the way up to the special A91-CF edition which is meant for big performance. Below is a table detailing the various starting MSRPs of the trim levels of the Toyota GR Supra.

Trim (Drivetrain)MSRP*
2022 Toyota GR Supra 2.0$43,190*
2022 Toyota GR Supra 3.0$51,540*
2022 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium$54,690*
2022 Toyota GR Supra A91-CF Edition$63,280*


The 2022 Toyota GR Supra’s specs cover two powertrain choices: A 2.0-Liter Inline Single-Turbo 4-Cylinder and a 3.0-Liter Inline Single-Turbo V6 Engine. All models of the GR Supra that make use of the 2.0-Liter 4-Cylinder powertrain are capable of a power output of around 255 horsepower and a torque output of 295 pounds-feet at 1,550 to 4,400 RPM. Those making use of the 3.0-Liter V6 Powertrain, including the exclusive A91-CF trim level, produces 382 horsepower and 368 pounds-feet of torque at 1800 to 5000 RPM.

An 8-speed automatic transmission with a Manual Mode and Paddle Shifters comes paired with all the engine options of the 2022 Toyota GR Supra. All of them are also only available in rear-wheel drive, with an option for an active rear sport differential for the 3.0-Liter engine models. The 2.0 trim level goes from 0 to 60 mph in about 5.0 seconds, according to official estimates from Toyota. The 3.0-liter engine does the same run from 0 to 60 mph in a shorter 3.9 seconds.

A MacPherson Double-joint type front suspension comes standard to all models, as well as a multi-link independent rear suspension system. However, all models above the 2.0 trim level also make use of an Adaptive Variable Sport Suspension System. With the braking system, the base 2.0 model makes use of a set of 1-piston aluminum disc brakes at the front and rear. As you go up the trim levels, these get upgraded to a set of Brembo 4-piston disc brakes at the front and a 1-piston cast-iron disc brakes at the rear. The A91-CF only adds a Toyota Supra logo on the brakes themselves, so it’s purely an aesthetic choice to go for.


Trim Mileage EstimatesCity/mpgHighway/mpgCombined/mpg
2022 Toyota GR Supra 2.0253228
2022 Toyota GR Supra 3.0223025
2022 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium223025
2022 Toyota GR Supra A91-CF Edition223025


The interior of the 2022 Toyota GR Supra can fit 2 people within the passenger cabin, which is typical for its class. Headspace for taller passengers may get a bit dicey, but it’s somewhat alleviated by the Double-Bubble roof which raises it up enough. Sport seats are available to all models, with the Premium having black leather seat upholstery and the A91-CF having its own unique take on it with the Black-Red Alcantara leather setup. In terms of cargo capacity, it only has enough for 10.2 cubic feet of cargo volume.


The 2022 Toyota GR Supra is host to a pretty impressive infotainment system. The first aspect we’ll be looking at is the 8.8-inch touchscreen that comes with all models of the GR Supra. The base 2.0 model comes with an AM/FM Radio, Sirius XM, Bluetooth Functionality, and USB Multimedia capabilities. To those wanting additional features, you’ll either have to buy a technology package for the 2.0 or upgrade to a higher trim level. The upgrade also includes Apple CarPlay connectivity, voice recognition, and a navigation system that comes with a 4-year trial period for Toyota Supra Connect before you need to enroll in a subscription for it. In terms of audio setups, the base model makes use of a 4-speaker sound system. This can then be replaced with a 10-speaker HiFi sound system capable of 205-watts of power starting on the 3.0 Model. The 3.0 Premium and A91-CF Edition trim levels make use of a 12-speaker HiFi Surround Sound setup courtesy of JBL.


Many safety features and Driver-Assistance features come standard to all models off the Toyota GR Supra. These features include a Pre-Collision System that comes with Pedestrian Detection System, a Lane-Departure warning system, Rear-view Camera setup with guidelines, and a Vehicle Stability Control system for maintaining control in precarious situations. The optional Driver Assist Package offers additional safety features such as a Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Parking Sensors that are paired with an Emergency Braking System.


Toyota offers a limited warranty plan for all new models of the Toyota GR Supra, lasting for 3 years or for the first 36,000 miles driven. There is also a Powertrain Warranty plan available which spans for 5 years or for the first 60,000 miles driven, whichever comes first. Toyota also offers a Complimentary Scheduled Maintenance Plan which lasts for 2 years or for the first 25,000 miles driven. The Roadside Assistance plan also spans for 2 years regardless of how many miles have been driven already.

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