For North America, the newly upgrade 3.0 liter turbo straight six will be bumped from 335 HP and 365 lbs-ft of torque to 382 HP and 368 lbs-ft of torque.Which, in our math, is about a 14% bump to the power.
For Europe, however, due to the recently announced Euro6 emission standards, the GR Supra has had to be curtailed, and will launch with power up only 5 HP to 340 HP. This is the same fate that has befallen its sister car, the BMW Z4 M240i.
Even the European developed and engineered Porsche 718 Cayman flat-six models have been hit with the emissions regulations, and will sell with lowered power to meet emissions targets.
Thankfully, and a little grey market as well, tuning is still alive and well in Europe, and it is suggested that the GR Supra could potentially be unlocked with an ECU remap or a little bit of tuning magic.
The base Supra will also be gaining a 2.0 liter turbo inline four engine model that produces 255 HP and 295 lbs-ft of torque, and also goes on a diet to shed 200 lbs.
The GR Supra is expected to be able to hit 0 to 60 in a hair under 4 seconds, while the inline four base model should hit 60 dead on 5.0 seconds.