Getting a bit pricey, are we Toyota?
If you're interested in buying one of the 600 planned examples of the 2022 Toyota Supra A91-CF Edition, then you should do two things: act fast and get the necessary funds ready to go. Revealed last month, the carbon fiber-licious coupe receives a new front splitter, duckbill rear spoiler, side rockers, and an aggressive aero kit, among other things. "CF" stands for, quite obviously, carbon fiber.
The upgraded treatment continues to the interior with an Alcantara and red and black leather-trimmed cabin and 14-way power-adjustable sport seats. Looks and sounds pretty good, right? Indeed, but, as we mentioned, it won't come cheap.
CarsDirect has confirmed pricing thanks to a leaked dealer order guide that states the special edition coupe costs a hefty $8,500 more than a fully-loaded 2021 A91 Edition model. Including the $995 destination charge, the CF Edition will set buyers back $64,275. Tack on more options like the $1,195 Driver Assist Package with adaptive cruise control, carbon fiber mirror caps ($925), and the special exterior Phantom paint ($1,495), and you're looking at a grand total of nearly $68,000. Nitro Yellow or Absolute Zero White (shown here) are two other available exterior colors.
For some perspective, the mid-engined 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman S starts at $69,900.
Granted, the mid-range Cayman generates 350 horsepower from its 2.5-liter turbocharged flat-four (upgrading to the 394-hp 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six GTS costs an additional $11k or so) while the CF Edition is only available with the BMW-sourced 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder with 382 hp.
That said, it's an individual decision whether this new Supra is worth the money. A few additional features are a Red Brembo brake package and an active rear sport differential. Buyers further receive a one-year membership to the National Auto Sport Association that includes high-performance driving lessons.
Sales are due to get underway this fall and there's no word yet on dealer allocation or when/if orders can be placed online or in-person.