The Supra 2.0 is only available in a less luxurious single trim option whereas the Supra 3.0 remains available in three trim levels with significant price increases.
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The brand new 2021 four-cylinder Supra 2.0 model is being priced at 43,945 USD, which is lowering the car’s base price by 8000 dollars compared to the six-cylinder-only 2020 model. On the other hand, Supra 3.0 models powered by an inline-six motor will receive a slight power bump, resulting its price to go up between 500 and 1000 USD. However, the increase is highly dependent on the trim level the customer chooses.
The Supra 2.0 is available in a single trim level that’s less luxurious compared to the 3.0 models. It is equipped with manually adjustable seats, 18-inch wheels, and a four-speaker audio system (a 12-speaker JBL system is available as an option as part of a $3485 Safety & Technology package). Nitro Yellow paint will also be offered as a 425 dollars option. It’s turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four motor makes 255 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, utilizing an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Japanese brand, says it anticipates the four-cylinder model to make up around 20 percent of Supra sales in the U.S. overall.
The Supra 3.0 remains available in three trim levels. The base 3.0 starts at 51,945 USD, which is a 1000 dollars increase; the 3.0 Premium at 55,445 USD, with a 500 dollars increase; and last year’s Launch Edition is replaced by a new A91 special-edition model for the 2021 model year that starts at 56,945 USD, leading to a 740 dollars increment. All 3.0s get an upgraded 3.0-liter inline-six turbo motor coming with 382 horsepower, which is an extra of 47 horsepower. However, among all of these changes the eight-speed automatic transmission still remains the only choice for all 2021 Supra buyers.
Toyota says that production of the 2021 Supra has been delayed to the beginning of August, meaning these models should begin arriving at dealerships later in the fall.