The GR Supra range is straightforward; this single coupe body style and a choice of a couple of engines. The base four cylinder 2.0-litre unit costs from around £50,500 in 'Pro' trim (the only spec available with this unit). If you want the 3.0-litre straight-six twin turbo engine, offered in a single 335bhp state of tune, pricing might cause a quick intake of breath from those who remember the relative affordability of earlier Supras. This top variant lists at just under £58,500 in its usual automatic 'Pro' form. With that six cylinder engine, a manual gearbox is also offered and priced for that start from around £54,500 with a more basic standard trim or around £57,000 with 'Pro'-spec.
Whatever variant you opt for, most of what you'll want features as standard, which includes piercing adaptive LED headlamps and lovely 19-inch black & silver 5-double-spoke forged alloy wheels with red brake calipers. Along with an alarm, auto headlamps and wipers, LED tail lights, automatic headlamp levelling, heated auto-dimming mirrors, all-round parking sensors and a rear view camera. Plus there are key driving features like Adaptive Variable Suspension; an Active Sports Differential to help get the power down though the turns; and a 'Drive mode selector with 'Normal' and 'Sport' settings, along with an 'Individual' menu that allows you to customise your own driving preferences. The 8-speed auto gearbox also gets paddle shifters and a launch control function for lightning starts.
Inside, there are alcantara-upholstered sports seats with heating, cooled ventilation, power adjustment and a memory function. There's also dual-zone air conditioning, an auto-dimming rear view mirror, a USB port and a 'Smart entry' keyless entry system. There's aluminium finishing for the pedals and the door scuff plates. And infotainment's taken care of by an 8.8-inch centre-dash screen, your access point for a 10-speaker audio system, Navigation, Bluetooth and voice recognition.