Heads up millennials: one of the iconic Japanese sportscar models of the 90s is back, and it is coming to the Philippines. TopGear Philippines got the details on the Supra’s pricing, and it is more affordable than Nissan’s GT-R. The pricing may be double of its SRP in the US, but you need to factor other things such as customs and duties. Check them out below:
Prominence Red – Php 4,990,000
Lightning Yellow, Deep Blue Metallic, White Metallic, Silver Metallic, Ice Gray Metallic, Black Metallic – Php 5,040,000
Matte Storm Gray – Php 5,090,000
Should you want to get a unit, only 16 Toyota dealerships will be selling this much-coveted sportscar. The selected dealers will be also fully-equipped to service the Supra. Here’s the list:
- Manila Bay
- Pasong Tamo
- Quezon Avenue
- La Union
- San Fernando
- San Pablo
- Davao City
Should you plan to order one, you will need to wait at least four months before the unit gets delivered to you.
To recap, the 2020 Supra is powered by a BMW-designed 3.0 liter turbocharged straight six mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The engine delivers 340bhp at 5000 to 6000rpm, and 369lb of torque from 1,600 to 4,500rpm.
Standard features include 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, six-lens LED headlights, 8.8-inch multi-information display gauge, 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment setup, and a 12-speaker sound system.