Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Manual 2022 UK review

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Peter Kavinsky

More specifically, the modestly weighted clutch pedal is a bit long, but the shifting action itself involves enough and a lot more fun than pulling the little paddles found on the automatic car. There’s also something lovely about shifting into higher gears early and letting the engine’s torque reserves drag you along effortlessly. Likewise, gear changes on the red line are smooth enough, and while there is some crankshaft inertia with this turbocharged inline six-cylinder BMW, downshifts corresponding to the revs are quite easy, although there is also an effective shift function. rev matching, which lends the car to everyday driving.

Less impressive is the fuel economy: the six-speed manual gearbox means a lot of revs are needed for highway cruising, while on B-roads you’re unlikely to match the efficiency of the automatic car, which slips into higher gears almost without you. realizing. A small tank also doesn’t matter when it comes to your perception of the car seat, which looks considerable.

As for chassis adjustments, they make the Supra useful and more precise and throttle-adjustable. Get off the middle of the throttle a little, for example, and the long nose will bend smoothly and your line will tighten with satisfying effect. The original car did that, but not to that extent.

Steering response also feels noticeably more alert, though perhaps only to those intimately familiar with the original MY19 GR Supra. With that car, there was always a slight sense of delay as your steering wheel controls were fed forward. Now, with tighter control of the bodywork on the front axle, directional changes happen faster and more in unison between the driver and the front axle. This improvement is particularly welcome as it gives you more confidence in what is a very fast car under the right circumstances.

More specifically, the modestly weighted clutch pedal is a bit long, but the shifting action itself involves enough and a lot more fun than pulling the little paddles found on the automatic car. There’s also something lovely about shifting into higher gears early and letting the engine’s torque reserves drag you along effortlessly. Likewise, gear changes on the red line are smooth enough, and while there is some crankshaft inertia with this turbocharged inline six-cylinder BMW, downshifts corresponding to the revs are quite easy, although there is also an effective shift function. rev matching, which lends the car to everyday driving.

Less impressive is the fuel economy: the six-speed manual gearbox means a lot of revs are needed for highway cruising, while on B-roads you’re unlikely to match the efficiency of the automatic car, which slips into higher gears almost without you. realizing. A small tank also doesn’t matter when it comes to your perception of the car seat, which looks considerable.

As for chassis adjustments, they make the Supra useful and more precise and throttle-adjustable. Get off the middle of the throttle a little, for example, and the long nose will bend smoothly and your line will tighten with satisfying effect. The original car did that, but not to that extent.

Steering response also feels noticeably more alert, though perhaps only to those intimately familiar with the original MY19 GR Supra. With that car, there was always a slight sense of delay as your steering wheel controls were fed forward. Now, with tighter control of the bodywork on the front axle, directional changes happen faster and more in unison between the driver and the front axle. This improvement is particularly welcome as it gives you more confidence in what is a very fast car under the right circumstances.

More specifically, the modestly weighted clutch pedal is a bit long, but the shifting action itself involves enough and a lot more fun than pulling the little paddles found on the automatic car. There’s also something lovely about shifting into higher gears early and letting the engine’s torque reserves drag you along effortlessly. Likewise, gear changes on the red line are smooth enough, and while there is some crankshaft inertia with this turbocharged inline six-cylinder BMW, downshifts corresponding to the revs are quite easy, although there’s also an effective shift function. rev matching, which lends the car to everyday driving.

Less impressive is the fuel economy: the six-speed manual gearbox means a lot of revs are needed for highway cruising, while on B-roads you’re unlikely to match the efficiency of the automatic car, which slips into higher gears almost without you. realizing. A small tank also doesn’t matter when it comes to your perception of the car seat, which looks considerable.

As for chassis adjustments, they make the Supra useful and more precise and throttle-adjustable. Get off the middle of the throttle a little, for example, and the long nose will bend smoothly and your line will tighten with satisfying effect. The original car did that, but not to that extent.

Steering response also feels noticeably more alert, though perhaps only to those intimately familiar with the original MY19 GR Supra. With that car, there was always a slight sense of delay as your steering wheel controls were fed forward. Now, with tighter control of the bodywork on the front axle, directional changes happen faster and more in unison between the driver and the front axle. This improvement is particularly welcome as it gives you more confidence in what is a very fast car under the right circumstances.

More specifically, the modestly weighted clutch pedal is a bit long, but the shifting action itself involves enough and a lot more fun than pulling the little paddles found on the automatic car. There’s also something lovely about shifting into higher gears early and letting the engine’s torque reserves drag you along effortlessly. Likewise, gear changes on the red line are smooth enough, and while there is some crankshaft inertia with this turbocharged inline six-cylinder BMW, downshifts corresponding to the revs are quite easy, although there’s also an effective shift function. rev matching, which lends the car to everyday driving.

Less impressive is the fuel economy: the six-speed manual gearbox means a lot of revs are needed for highway cruising, while on B-roads you’re unlikely to match the efficiency of the automatic car, which slips into higher gears almost without you. realizing. A small tank also doesn’t matter when it comes to your perception of the car seat, which looks considerable.

As for chassis adjustments, they make the Supra useful and more precise and throttle-adjustable. Get off the middle of the throttle a little, for example, and the long nose will bend smoothly and your line will tighten with satisfying effect. The original car did that, but not to that extent.

Steering response also feels noticeably more alert, though perhaps only to those intimately familiar with the original MY19 GR Supra. With that car, there was always a slight sense of delay as your steering wheel controls were fed forward. Now, with tighter control of the bodywork on the front axle, directional changes happen faster and more in unison between the driver and the front axle. This improvement is particularly welcome as it gives you more confidence in what is a very fast car under the right circumstances.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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