In order to help Filipino car buyers keep up with the latest Toyota Supra car price in the Philippines, provides regularly updated Toyota Supra price list and downpayment as follows.

Please note that these are prices listed in some showrooms and should serve as reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Toyota Supra for sale section.

I. Toyota Supra prices in the Philippines 2019

Toyota Supra 3.0L Twin-Scroll Turbocharged price
₱4.99 Million

>>> Refer to our Toyota Philippines price list to keep up to date with the latest pricing changes of all Toyota cars.

The Toyota Supra is the latest in a long line of sports cars that bear the model name. First introduced in 1978 as a trim level for the Toyota Celica known as the Celica Supra and then branched off as its own model in 1986. It has been characterized as a potent yet less expensive Rear-wheel drive performance car for enthusiasts.

Toyota Supra on the Road

The Supra is marketed as sports and performance-oriented machine

The current generation has been in production since March 2019. It was the first time Toyota introduced the brand name since retiring the Supra name and keeping it in hiatus since 2002. It designed and developed in partnership with BMW, It is based on the current model BMW Z4 Coupe.

Although it shares the same platform as the roadster, the Supra is marketed as sports and a performance-oriented machine that encourages tuning and modifying.

The Toyota Supra GR has some mighty big shoes to fill and has to live up to the impossible expectations set for it by an army of fans longing for the return of the marque. Does it have what it takes to vie for your hard-earned cash?

Toyota Supra Interior

The interior quality is unlike any other Toyota you’ve ever seen

The outgoing Supra used Toyota’s most famous engine ever, the 2JZ but this time it utilizes a BMW engine and is based on the BMW Z4 Coupe. This was a point of contention for some fans when this was first announced.

Toyota Supra 2020 in-depth review - tested on road, sideways on track and over the 1/4 mile sprint!

It utilizes a classic Supra silhouette with a long hood and short deck design to offer a very sporty and aggressive profile.

The front headlights are a teardrop-shaped affair with distinct led turn light indicators. Same goes with the tail lights which are nothing short of unique with integrated turn signals.

You are also greeted with the 90’s Supra logo typography at the rear to invoke a lot of nostalgic feels for the fans. It also has an F1 inspired reverse light situated at the bottom center of the rear in the middle of the rear diffuser.

Toyota Supra Front

The Toyota Supra GR has some mighty big shoes to fill

The side panels and fender create an aerodynamic curve to enable it to carve through the air at high speed. You cannot mistake the Toyota GR for any other Toyota vehicles.

It does have a ton of faux vents around the body panels though, but Toyota has apparently made these intentionally with the thought that tuners can go ahead and put actual holes on them when they need to.

In the cabin, a large door enables you to easily get in and out of the vehicle with the classic Supra badge greeting you at the door-sill. The benefit of being in partnership with BMW is that the interior quality is unlike any other Toyota you’ve ever seen.

Automatic Climate controls, the vents, the seats, and even the steering wheel are sourced from BMW. The infotainment system was also grabbed from the BMW parts bin but everything in the user interface was converted to Toyota configurations as this is a Toyota after all.

Toyota Supra Rear Quarter 

The Supra is being marketed as a super-car killer

Powering the Toyota Supra 2019 is again, a BMW-sourced 3 liter twin-turbo B58B30 inline-6 engine that makes 335hp and 500Nm of torque. Zero to a hundred is achieved at 4.1 seconds through the rear wheels.

The new Toyota Supra, unfortunately for purists, is not available in manual transmission, it has a sole 8-speed automatic transmission.

This has been another point of contention among fans as The Supra is being marketed as a super-car killer, and the omission of the manual is a topic for debate.

Powering the Supra is BMW-sourced 3 liter twin-turbo B58B30 inline-6

Powering the Supra is BMW-sourced 3 liter twin-turbo B58B30 inline-6

The Toyota Supra also doesn’t have a rear seat so this is an exclusively 2-seater car. The length and wheelbase of the car are actually shorter than the GT86 but the track is wider.

This promotes, apart from showing a much aggressive stance, it handles so much better and feels sure-footed and stable. It strikes a balance between responsiveness and performance.

II. Toyota Supra Price Philippines 2019: Estimated Downpayment & Monthly Installment

Toyota Supra Price List 2019: 3.0L Twin-Scroll Turbocharged

Downpayment (25%)
Amount Financed
Tenure / Year
Simple Interest Rate / Years
Monthly Amortization
Chattel Mortgage
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
LTO for 3 years
CTPL for 3 years
Total Loan Payment
Total First Payment


  • SRP in Manila
  • Chattel Mortgage Fees may vary with the bank chosen
  • Interest rates may vary with the bank and Loan term
  • This is only an estimation of the actual cost. Monthly amortization does not include insurance premium

>>> Worth to note: Monthly-updated price list of all car brands in the Philippine.

III. Why would you want to buy a Toyota Supra 2019?

There hasn’t been a Toyota Supra sold in almost 20 years. It complies with its straight-6 engine heritage, sporty handling and focuses on tuning and modification.

The design and track are aggressively styled with queues for Supra fans. Pricing is a bit prohibitive, and Toyota Philippines plans a limited release in the Philippines.

It also doesn’t come with a manual transmission, but all these factors will not stop Supra fans who can afford it to purchase the car.

Toyota Supra Side view

There hasn’t been a Toyota Supra sold in almost 20 years

I would say that the 2019 Toyota Supra GR can never ever live-up to everyone’s expectations if we keep the 90’s Toyota in our minds, but if you wash out all those preconceptions about the Supra you would be pleasantly surprised and happy with the Toyota.

No one can really stop you from buying this car and if you are a true Supra Fan you would want this parked in your garage any time of day.

1. Toyota Supra Pros and Cons

 - Handles Amazingly
 - Faster than the mechanically identical BMW Z4
 - Interior Quality and Safety Features are top-notch
 - Is not the 90s Supra
 - Not available in Manual Transmission
 - Expensive

2. Toyota Supra Philippines Specs

Toyota Supra 3.0L Twin-Scroll Turbocharged
Body Type
2-door Coupe
4379 mm
1854 mm
1294 mm
2470 mm
Number of Seats
Engine & Performance
Machine Type
In-Line 6 Cylinder 24 Valve Twin-Scroll Turbocharger
Engine Size
2998 cc
Number of Cylinders
Number of Valves
Transmission Category
8-speed Automatic
Max Output
335 hp
Max Torque
500 Nm
Drive Type
Rear Wheel Drive
Safety Features
  • Driver Airbag
  • Passenger Airbag
  • Side Airbag-Front
  • Anti-Lock Braking System
  • Brake Assist
  • EBD
  • Vehicle Stability Control System
  • Seat Belt Warning
  • Day & Night Rear View Mirror
Other features
Front Suspension
MacPherson Struts
Rear Suspension
Independent Multi-link Suspension
Front Brake
Disc Brakes
Rear Brakes
Disc Brakes

Toyota Supra cars

Toyota Supra allows drivers to experience the joy of driving

IV. About Toyota Philippines

Toyota Motors Philippine Corporation (TMPC) has accompanied Filipinos for two decades. It has created for itself an image of a reliable car brand in the country. Affordability, reliability, versatility, and decent fuel consumption are what we know about Toyota cars.

Not only holding a high position in the international auto market, but the brand also leads the local motoring industry with an extensive network of over 40 Toyota dealerships nationwide, topping the vehicle sales charts multiple times in a row. It is hard not to find a Toyota vehicle around on the Philippine streets.

Toyota Philippines HQ

Toyota owns a massive network of over 40 dealerships across the Philippines

Here in the Philippines, the Japanese car company has an 82-hectare manufacturing plant located in Santa Rosa, Laguna.

Throughout the years, it has provided Filipino drivers a large number of high-quality Toyota vehicles such as the Toyota Rush, Vios, Wigo, Corolla Altis, Camry, Innova, Hilux, RAV4 and the Avanza. Full-scale reviews of these Toyota models can be found in our Toyota review section.

Aside from Toyota, you can also browse on thousands of daily-updated car listings for a wide variety of other car brands. To avail the latest car promotions offered by all car dealerships available in the Philippines please refer to our Cars for sale section.

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