You can complete the new look with a set of 22-inch KW-LT2 R22/ET forged rims which carry an $8,600 (approx. R140k) price tag.
Even before entering the cabin, you can tell it’s the three-pedal model by the red “Supra” lettering on the rear bumper.
We have to take things with a grain of salt for now.
Drive will be sent to all four corners via a six-speed manual transmission only.
Toyota has said this is not to improve fuel efficiency but rather give drivers sporty quicker drives.
As the title suggests, the little GR was not stock and made use of a host of modifications.
Zacoe Performance has entered the Supra arena with a rather menacing looking widebody kit.
Toyota will also offer at least some of the GMRN Yaris upgrades separately to GR Yaris owners.
The option of a six-speed manual transmission will be introduced more than three years after the Supra was revealed.
The folks at Powertune Australia have been hard at work on the little hatch for months creating a one-off GR Yaris that means business.