Toyota GR Supra Sport Top: How Its Made


See how Toyota creates the GR Supra Sport Top featuring a removable roof for SEMA360. 

The new Toyota GR Supra arrived in South Africa in July 2019 and it’s proven to be a hugely impressive driver’s car, so much so in fact that it scooped the Performance Car category win in the 2019/20 iteration of the Consumer Awards - powered by WesBank

Buy a Toyota GR Supra on

For 2020 SEMA360, Toyota teased the GR Supra Sport Top featuring a 2-piece targa composite roof that can be taken off and stored in the boot. Other modifications include a large rear wing, stainless steel rear diffuser and a strengthened body to ensure optimum rigidity. 

Powering the GR Supra is a 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder turbopetrol engine producing 250 kW and 500 Nm and mated with an 8-speed automatic transmission. Toyota has not yet revealed whether the one-off GR Supra Sport Top will feature any power upgrades. 

Take a look at the 2 videos below showing how this special car comes to life…

Building a Removable Roof for the GR Supra: Episode 1


The Development on the GR Supra: Episode 2

Related Content

Toyota GR Supra 3.0T (2019) Review

Mega Drag Race Compilation Vol.1 - Golf R vs Supra, M4 vs RS5, M5 vs E63, 570S vs Audi R8