Parkers overall rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4

Miles per pound (mpp) Miles per pound (mpp)

Petrol engines 7.3 - 7.4 mpp
Low figures relate to the least economical version; high to the most economical. Based on WLTP combined fuel economy for versions of this car made since September 2017 only, and typical current fuel or electricity costs.

Fuel economy

Petrol engines 34.4 - 34.5 mpg
  • Expect around 24mpg in daily driving
  • Should have decent resale values due to rarity
  • Emissions aren't bad for a six-cylinder

Given its large, high-performance engine you could excuse the Toyota Supra for drinking petrol like it's going out of fashion, but in reality the Japanese manufacturer says you can get up to 34.5mpg (WLTP). Not a bad effort, all things considered.

Residual values are yet to be announced or determined, but thanks to the Supra's small production numbers and high desirability (the first 900 were sold out almost instantly), you can anticipate low depreciation. It will be interesting to see how it compares with the BMW Z4 (and its other rivals) going forward – but we suspect it'll be on a par with the Alpine A110 and fall slightly behind the Porsche 718 Cayman. 

It's unlikely you're looking at buying a Toyota GR Supra for its low environmental impact but just in case you're interested, it produces 170g/km of CO2, which is more than competitive for a six-cylinder sports car. This may seem a lot, but when you compare it with the Porsche 718 Cayman's 186g/km of CO2, it seems a lot more reasonable. The Alpine A110 trumps both – largely due to its low kerbweight, coming in at 144g/km of CO2. 

Toyota GR Supra 2019 transmission selector

Toyota GR Supra reliability

  • Combine BMW with Toyota and it should be good
  • Excellent dealers and warranty support
  • Interior quality good, but not as good as we'd hoped

Given the large number of parts shared with the BMW Z4 and other vehicles from the German manufacturer, we reckon you should be fine. Especially when combined with the undoubtedly excellent Toyota dealer network. That's in combination with Toyota's own fine record for making strong cars that last - the Supra should give you no trouble.

Some of the interior fixtures and fittings are trimmed in sub-par materials, but there's no doubting the overall quality that underpins them – so we're looking at German, rather than Japanese, levels of solidity.

No doubt, we'll be getting a clearer picture as time passes.

Ongoing running costs

Road tax (12 months) £475
Insurance group 37 - 38
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