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Spy Footage Reveals 2025 Toyota GRMN Supra’s Thrilling Upgrades!

The auto world is buzzing with excitement as spy footage captures the 2025 Toyota GRMN Supra tearing up the famous Nürburgring track and surrounding roads in Germany.

This sneak peek suggests Toyota’s cooking up something special for its iconic sports car.

Word on the street is that this stealthy prototype could be a souped-up GRMN version, designed to take the Supra’s performance to the next level. If you’re not familiar, GRMN stands for “Gazoo Racing Masters of Nürburgring,” and it’s Toyota’s way of saying, “We mean business.”

While Toyota hasn’t officially spilled the beans, it’s rumored that this pumped-up Supra could pack a serious punch under the hood. We’re talking about possibly borrowing the gutsy twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 engine from BMW’s M3 and M4 Competition models.


That means more horses galloping under the hood, potentially up to 473 of them, compared to the current 382 horsepower.

But it’s not just about raw power. The spy shots reveal some serious aero tweaks, like a beefier wing and some fancy front-end upgrades aimed at keeping this beast glued to the pavement.

Plus, there’s talk of chassis tweaks, like a track-tuned suspension and beefed-up brakes, to handle all that extra grunt.

While Toyota hasn’t confirmed when this high-performance Supra will hit the streets, gearheads are already salivating at the thought of getting behind the wheel of this track-ready machine.

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