2021 Toyota Supra Gets $8K Price Cut Thanks to New Four-Cylinder Model

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The new 2021 Toyota Supra 2.0 with four-cylinder engine starts at $ 43,945.
Other 2021 models will rise between $ 500 and $ 1,000 compared to the previous year.
The 2021 Supra should arrive at US dealers from autumn.
The new four-cylinder model Supra 2.0 for 2021 starts at $ 43,945 and lowers the base price of the sports car by $ 8,000 compared to the six-cylinder model 2020. 2021 Supra 3.0 models with inline six-drive, which is a slight increase in performance receive, depending on the trim level, between $ 500 and $ 1000.
The Supra 2.0 is available in a single trim level that is less well equipped than the 3.0 models. It comes with manually adjustable seats, 18-inch wheels and an audio system with four speakers (a JBL system with 12 speakers is optionally available as part of a $ 3485 security and technology package). Nitro Yellow paint is also a $ 425 option. Its turbocharged 2.0-liter in-line four engine delivers 255 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque through an eight-speed automatic transmission. Toyota expects the four-cylinder model to account for around 20 percent of Supra sales in the United States.
The Supra 3.0 remains available in three trim levels. Base 3.0 starts at $ 51,945, an increase of $ 1,000. The 3.0 Premium starts at $ 55,445, an increase of $ 500. Last year's Launch Edition will be replaced with a new A91 2021 special, starting at $ 56,945, an increase of $ 740. All Supra 3.0s receive an improved 3.0-liter turbo inline six-cylinder with 382 hp and an output of 47 hp. An eight-speed automatic transmission remains the only choice for all 2021 Supras.
According to Toyota, production of the 2021 Supra was delayed to early August, which means that these models should arrive at US dealers later in the fall
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