Toyota’s flagship sportscar gains a small infotainment upgrade, but Android smartphone owners continue to miss out entirely
Wireless Apple CarPlay is now standard with the Toyota Supra, meaning you no longer have to plug your iPhone into the car to access the CarPlay features.
The wireless system complements the existing wireless charging pad already fitted to the Supra, along with satellite navigation and DAB+ digital radio.
Unfortunately, the car does not support Android Auto so for those with an Android-based smartphone, this may become an annoyance.
No other changes have been confirmed with Toyota for the 2022 Supra.
Power figures remain the same for the GT and GTS models, which were updated in 2020. Outputs are now rated at 285kW of power and 500Nm of torque.
Prices remain unchanged at this stage.
Options available include Alcantara upholstery ($2500), premium paint ($575) and grey matte paint ($2500).
Toyota Supra 2021: prices in Australia
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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