Meet the Supra that Toyota should've unleashed back in 2020. The 2023 Supra is a game-changer. Unlike its 2020 counterpart, which was automatic-only with a 330 hp six-cylinder engine, the 2023 Supra now boasts a manual transmission and a pumped-up 380 hp engine.
What does this mean for you? It means this car is an absolute blast to drive. The gear shifts are precise and snappy, and the power is delivered to the rear wheels, adding a whole lot of fun to your driving experience. And for those grip-hungry moments, it comes with Pilot Super Sport tires.
This Supra is the result of a collaboration between Toyota and BMW, and it brings together the best of both worlds. You'll notice that BMW influence in the design, but don't worry, it's all good stuff.
Safety tech? Check. Creature comforts? Double check. The instrument cluster is all about highlighting those RPMs, so you always know what gear you're in. And it's got a nifty heads-up display too.
While it's a two-seater, there's more space than you'd expect. The rear has plenty of room for your stuff, with a removable privacy shield and even a pass-through to the front in case you're hauling golf clubs or anything else.
The sound? Oh, it's music to your ears, especially in sport mode. You won't want to touch the stereo. And speaking of tech, the infotainment is BMW-grade, which means it's intuitive and easy to use.
One thing to note, though if you want the manual version, move fast or be prepared for a bit of a wait. There are only a few in Canada and majority will not land for another 12 months. But trust me, it's worth it. Having this car in manual makes it a completely different ride, in all the right ways