That's what the moose test is for, to weed out cars that have unsafe handling characteristics in an accident avoidance situation. It's a weird balance between being agile and light enough to avoid the obstacle and being sufficiently planted so as not to skid off the road.
In the past, we've seen a lot of sports cars being too "playful" during Km77's moose test. They slide the back end wide. And before you go off on a tangent about sports cars needing to be fun above all else, let's just point out one guy recently had a big buck through the windshield of his C8 Corvette.
Getting back to the Supra, it manages to complete the test at a speed of 48 mph or 77 km/h, which is a good result. However, the Spanish testers reported that it takes some practice to get such a result, meaning it might not be this safe in the real world.
Part of the problem is the variable-ratio power steering, which doesn't respond in predictable ways to different levels of input. The testers also subjected the car to a slalom course to see how nimble it was and were impressed with its handling.
The model seen here is the GR Supra, equipped with the 3-liter turbo. Up until recently, this was the only version available. There's no way of knowing if the Supra 2.0 would perform any better. As a reminder, this is lighter by 200 lbs (90 km), mostly over the front axle.