• The 2023 Toyota Supra with its new six-speed manual transmission starts at $53,595, the same price as the automatic model.
  • The manual-only A91-MT special edition costs $59,440 and comes with a brown leather interior and other tweaks.
  • The base Supra 2.0 is also still available, but only with an automatic transmission, and starts at $44,635.

    The new six-speed manual transmission is arguably the 2023 Toyota Supra’s most desirable option, but it won’t cost extra. For 2023, the Supra 3.0 starts at $53,595 and the 3.0 Premium starts at $56,745, both representing a $610 increase over last year, but those prices apply regardless of whether you choose the eight-speed automatic or the newly available stick-shift.

    The manual comes only with the 382-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six, as the base 255-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four remains automatic-only. The base Supra 2.0 costs the same $44,635 as it did last year.

    There’s also a new trim level to commemorate the addition of the manual to the lineup. The 2023 Supra A91-MT edition (pictured), which is limited to 500 units, will cost $59,440, a $2695 upcharge over the Premium. For that sum, you get a brown leather interior, an Alcantara shift knob, red brake calipers, red badging, red strut tower braces, and 19-inch wheels. The manual also gets different calibration for the traction control and stability control and a rearranged center console, and all 2023 Supra models get different suspension tuning and a new blue color.

    We don’t yet have EPA fuel-economy ratings for the manual Supra. Toyota says it will go on sale later this year. We’re eager to get behind the wheel to see how the three-pedal version of this sports car compares in terms of driving experience and performance.

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