Something’s shifting at Toyota dealerships.
For many drivers across the country, left feet and right hands that have been left unoccupied for so long can rejoice because Toyota has kept the manual transmission alive with the new Toyota GR Supra available with the stick shift many automotive purists know and love. The manual transmission is available for the GR Supra 3.0, 3.0 Premium, as well as the A91-MT Edition, limited to just 500 units here in the States. The six-speed manual transmission offers a driving feel and performance that truly honors the heritage of the Supra name, and Supra fans will be done justice with its classic performance and style.
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Toyota estimates that the manual transmission-equipped Supra is able to hit 60 mph in 4.2 seconds, and with 382 horsepower and 367 lb/ft of torque, the car is sure to be a quick, dynamic, and addicting machine to be behind the wheel of, and a pure and classic definition of a driver’s car in a time when the definition of a driver’s car is so rapidly and significantly changing.View All Toyota Supras For Sale