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it comes to Toyota power, the Supra has always been ahead of the pack. This
speedy little coupe has always caught the eye, but it hasn’t always been
affordable for the average Toyota fan. If you’ve always wanted to get your
hands on a new Supra but balked at the price tag, you’re in for a treat when
the 2021 model starts rolling off assembly lines later this year.
what can we expect from the 2021 Toyota Supra?
Introducing the Supra 2.0
might seem a little counterintuitive to start counting backward when you’re
releasing a new incarnation of a much-loved car like the Supra. But the move to
the Supra 2.0 from the currently available 3.0, with its turbocharged in-line
six-cylinder engine, makes sense.
“2.0,” in this case, doesn’t refer to the order in which it was
created, but rather the engine. The 2021 Supra 2.0 is going to become an
entry-level Supra, offered with a less-powerful 2.0L four-cylinder engine.
introduction is only for North American customers. Toyota has been selling a
four-cylinder Supra in Europe and Asia for a while now. Once it makes its way
over to the States, you’ll be able to enjoy a compact little engine that
can crank out 255 horsepower
and 295 lb-ft of torque. Not too bad for a little four-cylinder!
not as fast or as powerful as the 3.0 — with a 0-60 speed of five
seconds — but it’s a great entry-level option for anyone who’s been
thinking about getting their first Supra but didn’t want to buy a used one.
Upgrading the Supra 3.0
The 2020 Supra 3.0 is a decent addition to the Supra name. With its in-line six-cylinder engine, it was easily able to generate 335 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torque, with a respectable 3.9-second 0-60 time. If you want to add a six-cylinder Supra to your collection, you could do worse. The 2020 Supra 3.0 is a decent addition to the Supra name. With its in-line six-cylinder engine, it was easily able to generate 335 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torque, with a respectable 3.9-second 0-60 time. The 2020 Supra 3.0 is a decent addition to the Supra name. With its in-line six-cylinder engine, it was easily able to generate 335 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torque, with a respectable 3.9-second 0-60 time. If you want to add a six-cylinder Supra to your collection, you could do worse.
if you don’t mind waiting a little longer, you could eke a little bit more
power out of this sporty little Toyota. The 2021 model will be tuned to generate
and 368 lb-ft of torque. We don’t have a 0-60 time for the 2021 Supra as
of yet, but it should be at least a little bit quicker with that extra
horsepower under the hood.
The Limited Edition A91 Supra
bringing home a more powerful Supra 3.0 in 2021 isn’t enough for you, there’s
one more step you can take — seek out the limited edition Supra A91. It will
come equipped with the upgraded in-line six-cylinder engine, as well as an
eight-speed automatic transmission and all sorts of tweaks to make it the
ultimate Supra ride.
A91 Supra will also have plenty of exterior changes that will help set it apart
from other 3.0 Supras, from the carbon fiber rear lip spoiler to the black
trim, carbon fiber accents and blue-on-black interior. There will be no
mistaking the A91 if you see it on the road, especially if you’re a Supra fan.
A91 is limited to 1,000 entries for the 2021 model year. So if you want to get
your hands on one, you might want to start planning now!
might still be a year away from being able to bring home our own 2021 Toyota
Supra, but it’s got enough surprises that we can’t wait to see what the
upgraded six-cylinder engine will be able to do once we get behind the
wheel. The 2.0 is shaping up to be a great entry-level Supra for new
collectors or people trying to bring home one of these sporty little Toyotas
without breaking the bank.