When Toyota announced that the GR Supra would indeed get a manual transmission for the 2023 model year was a moment of pure bliss for many sports car enthusiasts. Much like the C8 Corvette, many fans of the model were upset by its automatic-only offering. However, the Toyota GT86 and the newer GR86 have been around with manual offerings for a decade. With all of the critical acclaim surrounding the GR86, is the Supra worth the extra money?

Does the manual Supra really warrant a $20,000 premium over the GR86?

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There isn’t any official pricing on the 2023 Supra equipped with a manual transmission just yet. However, given that it’s only available on the 3.0 models, it’s safe to assume the price will be close to the 2022 model year. In that case, the starting price of the 2022 GR Supra 3.0 is $51,890.