At long last, the all-new Toyota Supra has arrived. Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) introduced the highly awaited sports car to the local market earlier today, and the company revealed its official Philippine specs and prices, too.
Turns out the leak making its rounds online in late June are correct. Prices for the fifth-generation A90 model start at P4,990,000 and top out at P5,090,000. Cost depends on the color of the unit, with the most expensive being the Supra in Matte Storm Gray. Check out the prices:
The Philippine-spec Supra will be available locally with one engine: a 3.0-liter twin-scroll turbocharged in-line six-cylinder mill with an output of 335hp and 500Nm of torque. This will come mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Notable design elements include sporty 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, six-lens LED headlights with integrated daytime running lights and turn signals, and dual exhaust pipes. Features that come standard include a heads-up display, an 8.8-inch multi-information display gauge, an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment setup, and a 12-speaker sound system.
Only 16 Philippine dealerships have been certified by TMP to sell this vehicle, and the company says all these establishments are also equipped to service the sports car. Here they are below:
Interested? Better contact your dealership quick, because chances are these will sell like hotcakes. TMP says those who order today should take delivery of their units in four to five months. Do you think the all-new Supra will live up to the hype?