German firm McChip-DKR has revealed two new tuning packages for the A90-generation Toyota GR Supra, with a performance upgrade for the new 2,0-litre derivative to follow.

As standard, the Supra’s B58 mill, which it shares with the BMW Z4 M40i, produces 250 kW and 500 N.m of torque. But, thanks to some mild tweaks (in the shape of a stage 1 software optimisation), the 3,0-litre inline-six’s peak figures jump to 313 kW and 580 N.m.

A hotter, stage 2 performance upgrade is also on offer. Equipped with a Capristo downpipe, replete with sports catalyst and software optimisation, the stage 2 kit boosts the turbo-petrol six’s outputs to 332 kW and 600 N.m, which is still sent to the rear rubber via eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission.

The all-important 0-100 km/h sprint times for the stage 1 and 2 uprated models have yet to be revealed but, interestingly enough, McChip-DKR says top speed is now 265 km/h for both upgrades. As a reminder, Toyota claims a 0-100 km/h time of 4,5 seconds and top speed of 250 km/h for the 3,0-litre variant.

According to the company, a stage 1 kit will soon be available for the new 2,0-litre derivative of the Supra. An injection of 145 kW doubles the turbocharged four-pot’s (also employed by the Z4 sDrive20i we tested in August 2019) output to 290 kW, while torque is increased to 420 N.m (up by 100 N.m).

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