Reborn in 2020 after a nearly quarter-decade’s absence, the fifth-generation Toyota Supra enters its third year of production for 2022. Notably, the Supra is a collaboration with BMW: underneath Toyota’s swoopy styling is a platform and powertrains shared with the German brand’s Z4 roadster.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
The 2022 Toyota Supra is unchanged from last year.
Toyota offers the Supra in 2.0 and 3.0 trims, each of which is built around its own engine. The former uses a 2.0L turbo four-cylinder, and the latter gets a 3.0L turbo inline six-cylinder. Common to both is an eight-speed transmission and rear-wheel drive.
Supra 2.0 models come with passive keyless entry, a four-speaker stereo, 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment, Brembo brakes, carbon fibre interior trim, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, leather-trimmed steering wheel, dual-zone automatic A/C, heated seats, Alcantara upholstery, a digital gauge cluster, 18-inch wheels, rain-sensing wipers, LED headlights/taillights, and power-adjustable/heated side mirrors with driver’s side auto-dimming.
You also get a full slate of driver safety assists: forward collision detection with automatic braking, automatic high beams, lane departure warning with steering assist, blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, road sign assist, and radar cruise control.
Supra 3.0 adds wireless smartphone charging, satellite radio, navigation, a 12-speaker sound system, Apple CarPlay, upgraded four-piston brakes, an active sport differential, integrated garage door remote, power-adjustable seats, leather upholstery, head-up driver display, 19-inch wheels, and power-folding side mirrors.
Toyota’s fuel consumption estimates for the Supra are 9.3/7.2 L/100 km (city/highway) for the 2.0L engine, and 10.6/8.0 L/100 km in 3.0L models.