Penned by Dutch track and automotive designer, John Hugenholtz — the same force behind California’s Ontario Motor Speedway and the legendary Suzuka Circuit in Japan — the Circuito del Jarama is a 14-turn race track in Spain, just a stone’s throw north of Madrid. Completed in 1967, Jarama’s fast-flowing-yet-still-highly-technical nature makes it an ideal choice for a variety of top-level motorsport events, as well as a go-to venue for manufacturers’ press launches, including Toyota which opted to utilize the 2.392-mile track to introduce automotive journalists to its all-new Supra GR.
And Toyota is now celebrating the high-performance coupe’s ties to the Spanish race track with the release of a limited edition Jamara Racetrack Edition GR Supra. Limited to just 90 units in total, the Jamara Racetrack Edition GR Supra comes cloaked in an exclusive “Horizon Blue” livery complemented via 19” matte black forged alloy wheels. The interior gets a carbon fiber trim, black Alcantara seats and panels with blue accent stitching, an 8.8” TFT display, and a premium 10-speaker audio system. As far as performance, the Jamara Racetrack-spec goes unchanged, at 335hp, 369ft-lbs of torque, and 4.3-second 0-60mph times. Pricing has yet to be announced, though more info’s available via the link below.
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