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The Supra-based, race-spec GR Supra GT4 has amassed 79 class victories with 20 outright wins and a whopping 207 podium finishes in GT4 races since it was released at the end of 2022. To celebrate the production of 100 units of the track-prepped beast, Toyota Gazoo Racing created a limited-edition, commemorative car, as you do, and it was called the GR Supra GT4 100 Edition. This version was set apart from the others was an exclusive exterior colour, unique front bodywork, a badge with a serial number, a larger bonnet vent, new dive plane aerodynamic devices at the front to improve downforce, a proper free-flow open exhaust system, carbon fibre wing mirrors, endurance LED headlights, embroidered "100 Edition" logos on both seats (yeah, there’s a passenger seat), a matching car cover and Power Stick that governs the power output of the engine. It’s an awesome creation to be sure, but with only three units available at a whopping R4,500,000, it left the mere mortal Toyota fans wanting something equally special but at a much more palatable price tag. So of course with this new journey that Toyota is on that sees them do things that fans and buyers want, they created a limited edition car called the GT4 100th Edition Tribute that was built to celebrate the Supra GT4 100 Edition that was built to celebrate the GR Supra GT4 EVO. The company just unveiled this new special edition version at the 2023 instalment of the uber-popular Essen Motor Show.

This new road-legal variant is limited to 100 examples, and only in Europe and is built by Toyota. Straight off the bat, you can see that awesome livery that features unique foiling from eighteleven, and added to that is a host of cool things to make it more special than the regular GR Supra, which is already quite something as it is. This version, which actually works better than that Plasma Orange 3-unit limited edition car, features carbon fibre mirror caps, a carbon fibre rear wing, black brake calipers with the GR logo, a new front splitter and pedal caps (from AC Schnitzer of all places). Another core element of the special model is the EVO T1 chassis from cooperation partner Bilstein, The chassis offers the perfect balance of sportiness and comfort in everyday life. With easily accessible adjustment wheels, the damper setting can be adjusted in parallel with ten settings for rebound and compression. This means the chassis offers significantly more precise steering, and also allows for a flexible and stepless lowering of the car by up to 35 mm. There’s also a high-quality sports exhaust system from Milltek with tailor-made tailpipes that perfectly fill the openings in the OEM rear apron to ensure a decent soundtrack. The really tasty wheels come from Protrack, The Protrack One, which is one of the lightest TÜV-tested cast wheels available. This is definitely one of the best-looking new-generation Toyota Supras we’ve seen, we’ll likely be seeing fans in countries that can’t get one make up their homemade copies.

Take a look at the YouTube video that doesn't show off the limited edition car on display at the Essen Motor Show, of the limited edition car that's on display is based on, but instead, the original version that's been so successful since its launch. You know, just to give you an idea of where this all started off: GR Supra GT4 | Toyota Europe

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