The turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six from BMW powering the Toyota Supra is one of the most tune-able engines on sale and you can be assured aftermarket companies will soon start pumping up upgrade packages for it. For some, the Supra doesn't sound all that impressive, at least when left untouched.
Eager to establish itself as one of the go-to companies for Supra owners looking to make their cars a little more exciting, Milltek Sport presented their new exhaust system for the Supra at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The exhaust certainly doesn’t turn the Japanese sports car into a howling monster but it definitely gives it extra character.
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When idling, the exhaust gives the Supra a nice burble and is bound to make it turn even more heads at traffic lights. Once it is revved up, the exhaust really comes to life, producing some intoxicating pops and bangs, somewhat reminding us of the Lexus LC500.
As standard, the Supra’s engine produces a claimed 335 hp but multiple dyno tests have revealed that it actually pumps out more like 380 hp and perhaps a little more. It’s, therefore, little surprise that some media outlets were able to sprint to 60 mph (96 km/h) in the rear-wheel drive sports car in less than 4-seconds, an impressive figure for a vehicle in this class and price point (at least up until GM upped the performance ante with the Corvette C8).
Milltek notes in this video that the exhaust featured in this clip isn’t a finished product and that it continues to develop its cat-back exhaust. It remains to be seen when it will hit the market and how much Supra owners will need to pay.