With only three units ever to be made, this track-only powerhouse redefines the meaning of rare and exceptional.
Toyota is pulling out all the stops with its latest offering, the 2024 GR Supra GT4 "100 Edition"—a vehicle so rare, it's almost mythical. The carmaker is marking the sale of its 100th GR Supra GT4 racer by creating this no-holds-barred, track-exclusive speed demon, of which only three will ever exist—one for Europe, one for Asia, and one for North America.
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Designed as an unbridled track toy, the "100 Edition" boasts several jaw-dropping features that set it apart from its base GT4 model. To begin with, its eye-catching Plasma Orange exterior immediately demands attention. A high-capacity hood scoop graces its front, crafted to channel air to its 444-horsepower, turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine. And because it's not constrained by GT4 racing regulations, Toyota went all in to push the car's performance boundaries.
But it's not just about the numbers; it's about the experience. The engineers at Toyota have replaced the standard exhaust system with a muffler-free setup. The reason? To enhance the engine's vocal cords, turning its roar into something akin to a symphony. Add carbon fiber side mirrors, LED headlights built for endurance, and aerodynamic dive planes for enhanced front grip, and it's clear that this vehicle is engineered for both speed and spectacle.
You won't be riding solo in this Supra, either. The inclusion of a passenger seat allows you to share the experience with a friend. To fine-tune the drive, there's even a Power Stick that adjusts the engine's power output, colored in the same eye-popping Plasma Orange. Once inside, both driver and passenger will find "100 Edition" logos intricately embroidered on the seats and a unique badge adorning the dashboard.
Inspired by its road-legal sibling, the GR Supra “GT4 100th Edition Tribute”—which itself is a rarity with only 100 units for Europe—the "100 Edition" takes exclusivity to another level. The price tag reflects its scarcity, with Toyota asking for €220,000, or roughly $235,482 USD.
The method for selecting the three fortunate buyers remains shrouded in mystery. But one thing is certain: whoever ends up behind the wheel of this automotive masterpiece will own a piece of history, becoming part of an elite club of Toyota enthusiasts.