Less than a year after beginning production on the revived Supra, Toyota may already be working on a high-performance GRMN version if a new report out of Japan is to be believed. According to Best Car Web, a 'roided-up Supra will drop sometime in the next two years rocking a turbocharged, 3.0-liter straight-six producing close to 400 horsepower. 
For reference sake, the Supra we have now officially puts out 335 horses, a figure widely understood to be conservative because when Car and Driver strapped it to a dyno last May, they found it to make 339 hp at the wheels—and obviously more at the crank after compensating for drivetrain loss.

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ROID RAGE: Secret 400HP Toyota Supra Waiting In The Wings

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