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    GR Supra GT4 sales in 2020 confirmed

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    Toyota Gazoo Racing today confirmed it will launch the GR Supra GT4, a race car for private/customer teams, in 2020 

    This comes on the back of growing worldwide customer expectations following the unveiling of a GR Supra GT4 concept car at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year, and the GR Supra’s participation in the Nürburgring 24 Hours race in June.

    The company plans to strengthen its focus on customer motorsports to help people around the world take part in racing, It will use feedback gained from their involvement to help develop ever-better cars.

    The GR Supra GT4* race car is based on GR Supra – Toyota Gazoo Racing’s first global model, released earlier this year – and is developed by Toyota Motorsport GmbH.


    The GT4 competition category is popular with private race teams around the world because of its low cost and simple entry requirements. GT4 cars are eligible for a wide variety of races, including the Continental series and the VLN endurance races at the Nurburgring in Europe, the Michelin Pilot series in the USA and the Super Takiyu series in Japan. GR Supra already competes in the NASCAR Xfinity championship in North America and, from 2020, is scheduled to take part in the Super GT GT500 class in Japan.


    Toyota Gazoo Racing joined forces with three technical partners to develop the GR Supra GT4: Akrapovič, Pirelli and Ravenol. Akrapovič will co-operate in development of motorsport exhaust systems, while Pirelli will collaborate on tyre development and Ravenol will provide lubricants. The car’s full specifications, pricing, sales area and release date will be announced later this year.

    GR Supra GT4 outline technical specifications

    Length (mm) 4,460
    Width (mm) 1,855
    Height (mm) 1,250
    Construction Steel body with high-strength roll cage
    Front diffuser Natural fibre composite
    Rear wing Natural fibre composite
    Fuel tanks Motorsport-spec’ with fast refuelling system
    Driver’s seat FIA-standard racing seat
    Engine and transmission  
    Engine type Six-cylinder, in-line with twin-scroll turbocharger
    Displacement (cc) 2,998
    Transmission Automatic, rear-wheel drive
    Lubricants Ravenol
    Exhaust system Akrapovič
    Suspension, steering and brakes  
    Front suspension MacPherson strut
    Rear suspension Multilink
    Steering Electric, rack and pinion
    Tyres Pirelli
    Wheels Five-hole, 11 x 18in

    * GT4 is a competition category for production race cars, based on SRO-regulated Grand Touring (GT) cars. It is positioned one rank below GT3.


    Edited by Toyota Owners Club

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