To sports car enthusiasts the international over, the Supra nameplate is synonymous with Toyota performance. This latest generation keeps finding ways to blend speed, power and type with the introduction of the GR Supra A91-CF (Carbon Fiber) Edition.

Limited to just 600 vehicles, this 2022 special edition is the most exclusive Mark V Supra to date. It offers all the style, performance and technology that drivers expect, with an obsessive attention to detail that fits a racing legend. With the bold, sleek look of carbon fiber accents and a duckbill spoiler, this eye-grabbing new limited-run special edition is sure to sell fast.

The fifth generation Supra shook the automotive world when it arrived on the scene in 2019. It put pure driving fun above all else with a focus on performance specs plus relentless track testing. Like the rest of Supra’s fifth-generation lineup, the A91-CF Edition serves up brilliantly balanced handling plus g-force generating power.

In this case, 382 horsepower from a turbocharged three-liter inline-six, delivers a zero-to-60 time of just 3.9 seconds. This special edition takes the performance formula even further with an array of carbon-fiber elements – hence the “CF” in its name.

2022 Supra Colors And Interior

Interior options include black Alcantara plus leather for the 2.0 plus 3.0 models. Stepping up to the 3.0 Premium gets buyers the red leather option. As previously mentioned, the A91-CF Edition has a mix of red plus black Alcantara plus leather in its interior.

Toyota increased the power output of the Supra for the 2021 tipe year, plus the engine carries over unchanged for 2022. Previously, the turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six made 335 horsepower. In 2021, the horsepower number increased to 382 horsepower with a torque of 368 pound-foot. Toyota tuned the engine to deliver 368 pound-foot of torque across a wide range of 1800 to 5000 rpm.

All versions of the car feature launch control, active exhaust, plus automatic engine start/stop. The 3.0 grades all have an active rear sport differential, which the 2.0 lacks. Both versions of the car utilize double-joint jenis MacPherson strut front suspension plus multi-link independent rear suspension.

Pricing & Wrap Up

Something important to note is that every 2022 Supra includes a complimentary membership to the National Auto Support Association known as NASA. The GR Supra 2.0 starts at $43,290, the GR Supra 3.0 starts at $51,640, and the GR Supra 3.0 Premium starts at $54,790. The top-of-the-line limited-edition A91-CF Edition starts at $63,280. None of the MSRPs include Toyota’s $1,025 destination and delivery fee. Toyota has offered nomor pricing details on the options packages for 2022.

Power, Suspension and Performance

Toyota increased the power output of the Supra for the 2021 style year, and the engine carries over unchanged for 2022. Previously, the turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six made 335 horsepower. In 2021, the horsepower number increased to 382 horsepower with a torque of 368 pound-foot. Toyota tuned the engine to deliver 368 pound-foot of torque across a wide range of 1800 to 5000 rpm.

The Supra 2.0 utilizes a 2.0-liter in-line four-cylinder engine with a twin-scroll single turbo producing 255 horsepower and 295 pound-foot of torque. The car can reach 60 MPH from a standstill in 5 seconds. Models with the 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder can reach 60 MPH in 3.9 seconds. Both versions of the car have an electronically limited top speed of 155 MPH, and both use an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters.

Hollow front and rear stabilizer bars are fitted, and both versions have sport-calibrated electric power steering. The 3.0 grade gets an adaptive variable sport suspension system. The 2.0 utilizes single-piston aluminum floating caliper disc brakes for the front, while the 3.0 gets Brembo four-piston disc brakes on the front.

For 2021, the Supra 3.0 also received a few tweaks to its chassis, which carry over for 2022. Those tweaks included aluminum bracing to increase the lateral rigidity of the car, as well as new front and rear bump stops and revised damper tuning. In addition, programming for electronic systems, including the power steering, adaptive variable suspension, stability control, and the active differential, were revised.