Since the revival of the Toyota Supra in 2020, fans of the previous body style have slowly accepted the GR Supra. The new 2021 Toyota Supra GR comes in a few different trim levels. These options are the 2.0, 3.0, 3.0 Premium, and the A91 Edition. The 2.0 is the base trim, and it gets an estimated 255 horsepower. The 3.0, 3.0 Premium and the A91 Edition all have 382 horsepower.
Three different 2021 Toyota GR Supra trim options
What separates the trim options if it isn’t horsepower? Each one has a few different features to set it apart.
The Toyota Supra 2.0 has a starting MSRP of $43,090 and 255 horsepower from the 2.0L twin-scroll single-turbo inline-four engine. It gets an EPA-estimated 25 miles per gallon in the city and 32 miles per gallon on the highway. It has dual rear exhaust outlets that come with polished stainless steel tips. The infotainment screen is 8.8 inches and comes equipped with Supra Command.
The starting MSRP for the 3.0 is $51,090. It gets an EPA-estimated 22 miles per gallon in the city and 30 miles per gallon on the highway. The 3.0L twin-scroll single-turbo inline-six engine gets 382 horsepower. This option gets an Adaptive Variable Sport (AVS) suspension and an active rear sport differential. The engine bay received chassis braces for improved suspension.
Toyota’s 3.0 Premium offers the same estimated mileage of 22/34 mpg and the same 382 horsepower. It starts at $54,590 but has many extra features. 14-way heated seats, Brembo fixed-caliper brakes, and short pedals. It comes with a Head-Up Display (HUD) and Supra Command. That offers emergency calling, roadside assistance, Apple CarPlay, navigation, wireless charging, and more.
For an extra $205, you can get the 91 edition. Carbon fiber folding mirrors are included, and a CF duckbill rear spoiler is optional. It also comes with Blue Alcantara leather-trimmed sports seats with blue stitching. The exterior paint is called Refraction and is only available on this model.
The 2020 Toyota Supra GR options are similar
The 2020 GR Supra 3.0 has a starting MSRP of $49,990. There are three models for this model year as well. The 3.0 Premium starts at $53,990, and the Launch Edition starts at $55,250. All three options came with 335 horsepower and go from 0-60 miles per hour in 4.1 seconds.
What makes each of these trim levels different? The 3.0 has a 2.0L twin-scroll single-turbo inline-six engine. It is rear-wheel drive and has an eight-speed automatic transmission. It also comes with a set of Brembo four-piston ventilated brakes.
The 3.0 Premium has everything previously listed, plus heated leather sports seats and an upgraded sound system. It comes with the usual suspects for infotainment like Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth. It offers wireless charging and Toyota Supra Connect for emergency calls, traffic info, and navigation.
The Launch Edition came with a special carbon-fiber badge and 19 inch forged aluminum wheels. Heated red leather seats were offered, as were matching mirrors.
Not many changes expected for the next year
The 2022 Supra has not arrived yet, but we know a few things about it. For the most part, the Supra isn’t expected to change much. Since this will only be year three for the revived Supra, the car isn’t ready for another facelift yet. However, Toyota has some cool plans with the new Toyota bZ4X.
Toyota announced in a press release that the new Toyota bZ4X would be the first car in the new bZ (beyond zero) series. Toyota has announced that there will be seven bZ models and 15 total battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in the lineup. The bZ4X will be all-wheel-drive and more like an SUV, but it still a new and innovative design.
While the Supra is still growing up before our eyes, we can expect some cool new ideas from Toyota in the next few years.