2021 Toyota GR Supra: New Design Preview, Trims & MSRP

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Toyota has released its Brand New 2021 GR Supra. There big upgrade that the company did to the 2021 GR Supra version. The new 3.0-liter turbocharged straight-six powered the 2021 version of the car, with that engine, this 2021 GR Supra matches its rival BMW Z4 on power. The Exterior and Exterior of the new GR Supra also look more stylish than the previous one. The 2021 GR Supra’s Exterior looks more gorgeous with its new colors, The company provides 8 colors for the car.

2021 Toyoya GR Supra Official Preview

Exterior & Interior Style Design

The 2021 GR Supra provides 8 exterior colors: Absolute Zero, Tungsten, Turbulence Gray, Nocturnal, Nitro Yellow, Renaissance Red 2.0, Refraction, and Phantom. In any shade, the GR Supra stands out, but it wears some shades better than others. For 2020 we see the addition of just a single hue, with Refraction joining the color palette as an exclusive A91 Edition shade that is striking enough to justify the price increase of the limited edition model. Elsewhere in the range, fan favorites return, such as Absolute Zero, Renaissance Red 2.0, and Tungsten, while Nocturnal is the only one of the eight hues that can be equipped on any model. Nitro Yellow is once again an additional-cost option for both the 2.0 and 3.0 derivatives at a price of $425, while Phantom is exclusively available on the 3.0 Premium and carries a steeper asking price of $1,495.

On the inside, you get a genuine two-seater sports coupe cabin that’s generally spacious but is a little less forgiving on taller adults. Everywhere you look, the BMW influence is still plain to see, but that means high-quality leather, a fantastic driving position, and controls that feel great in hand. We still wish the interior felt a little more authentically Toyota since you spend more time inside than outside staring at the body, and it’s a sin we can’t fully ignore. There’s good news for 2021, too, as the old 6.5-inch infotainment screen is gone, replaced by an 8.8-inch display on all models, even the base 2.0, although the base speaker count is reduced to just four and the seats are manually adjustable for the sake of reduced weight.

Engine System & Performance

With the 3.0-liter turbocharged straight-six engine powered the car, The 2021 GR Supra now quicker than before. 0-60 mph finally occurs in under four seconds, with the claimed 3.9-second sprint now down two-tenths from last year. The difference is thanks to a mild suspension retune, as well as increases of 47 hp and three lb-ft over last year’s engine. Meanwhile, the new 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that forms the base of the range is still pretty spritely, achieving the 0-60 run in a claimed five seconds flat. Toyota hasn’t just focused on straight-line ability, though, and the lighter 2.0 is geared to be more nimble through the corners despite the loss of an active rear differential, while the 3.0-liter models get a suspension tune that makes them more supple, yet more capable through the twisty stuff. It’s a winning recipe in either incarnation, taking everything we loved about last year’s Supra and making it even better.

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2021 Toyoya GR Supra Powered with new engine

2021 GR Supra Prices

The starting price for a 2021 Toyota GR Supra is $42,990. But if you desire premium trim you will need more bucks for that. The MSRP for the 2021 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 is $50,990. The MSRP for 2021 GR Supra 3.0 Premium is $54,490. GR Supra A91 Edition: $54,795.