We like the color options available for the Toyota Supra. The iconic red looks fantastic, and so do the bright yellow and metallic white finishes. But we’re crushing on a new look on the Supra: This Horizon Blue finish pictured here.
It’s not just any new color, though. The Supra shown above is the new Jarama Racetrack Edition, a limited-run Supra of which only 90 units will be produced. In case you’re a hard-core car nut, you probably know this already: This Supra’s name was derived from the same Spanish circuit where the modern-day iteration of Toyota’s famed sports car was first driven by the world’s media.
As mentioned, this thing features a beautiful blue finish on the outside. It sits on 19-inch forged alloy wheels sporting a matte-black finish, and behind said wheels are prominent red calipers that add another pop of color to the exterior.
Inside, the vehicle gets black alcantara seats with blue contrast stitching. There’s also a carbon-fiber dash insert specifying the car’s number in its European production run. And nope, we won’t be getting any of the 90 units here in our market, anyway.
Do note that the changes here are merely aesthetic. Under this Supra’s hood is the same 3.0-liter turbocharged straight-six that generates 335hp and 500Nm of torque. Performance-oriented bits such as the adaptive variable suspension, active differential, and sports-tuned steering are all available.
The Supra Safety+ Package comes standard, too. This includes safety tech such as a pre-collision system and lane-departure alert with steering assist, as well as driver-assist tech like adaptive cruise conrol with stop-and-go function.
No word on pricing and availability yet—interested buyers will have to wait until later this year. In any case, what’s your take on this limited-edition Supra?
More photos of the Toyota Supra Jarama Racetrack Edition: