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2021 Toyota Supra Four-Cylinder Priced $16K More Than Toyota 86

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For 2021, the recently revived Toyota Supra sports car welcomes a new turbocharged four-cylinder to the lineup that Toyota calls the intermediate model between the sub-$30,000 Toyota 86 and $50,000-plus Supra 3.0. The newly announced 2021 Toyota Supra’s price with the four-cylinder, however, leans more toward the Supra six-cylinder with a starting price of $43,985, including a destination charge. In Imagination Land, that’s enough to get you a brand-new Toyota 86 that starts at $28,015 and a pretty good used Scion FR-S, too. 

Related: 2021 Toyota Supra Review: More, and Less, Power Make Up Sophomore Changes 

What other two-seaters cost $44,000? Not many. A Nissan 370Z Nismo is $45,000, and non-Nismos are sub-$40,000, while a Mazda MX-5 Miata RF fully loaded is significantly sub-$40,000. A BMW Z4 turbo four-cylinder, the Supra’s cousin, starts at $50,695, while it’s arch nemesis, the Mercedes-Benz SLC starts at $50,945. An Audi TT is close (technically a four-seater with a really small backseat) at $46,495.

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The Supra 2.0 four-cylinder is decontented under the hood with less power and fewer cylinders, as well as fewer interior features and less performance hardware that make it more comfort-oriented than the six, but externally there are only a few changes that differentiate the four-cylinder from the six-cylinder: wheels, side mirrors and exhaust tip finishing. Having driven both, you’ll get the same head turns in a four-cylinder as a six-cylinder, if that’s your thing.

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For those who wanna go fast, Supra 3.0 six-cylinder pricing sees an increase now that there are more ponies under the hood — from 335 to 382 hp — plus suspension tweaks and a now-standard 8.8-inch touchscreen that was previously optional.

The 2021 Supra 3.0 base model, at $51,985 (all prices include destination), is $1,000 more expensive than before, while the 3.0 Premium, at $55,485, is $500 more expensive, and the new A91 Edition, at $56,985, is $740 more than the outgoing Supra Launch Edition. At the top of $50,000, you start to enter mid-engine Corvette territory, and the $60,000 version isn’t half bad, either. But it’s a pair of muscle cars that might give the Supra six-cylinder its greatest performance-for-the-dollar threat: the Chevrolet Camaro SS and Ford Mustang GT that can have any number of track packages and features for similar, or less, money.

See below for a rundown of what most differentiates the four-cylinder from the six-cylinder, and the differences in cost and features between the six-cylinder trim levels. The 2021 Supra 3.0 six-cylinder goes on sale in late June, while the Supra 2.0 four-cylinder hits dealerships in fall.

2021 Toyota Supra Pricing

Supra 2.0 Four-cylinder ($43,985) Standard Features

  • 255-hp, 295-pounds-feet-of-torque turbocharged four-cylinder 
  • Eight-speed automatic transmission
  • 0-60 mph in 5 seconds
  • Single-piston floating front brake calipers
  • Open rear differential
  • 13-inch front brake rotors
  • Fixed firmness suspension
  • 18-inch cast aluminum wheels
  • Glossy black side mirrors
  • Dual exhaust outlets with polished tips
  • Manual seat adjustments
  • Four-speaker sound system
  • Black Alcantara/leather seating upholstery 

Supra 3.0 Base Six-Cylinder ($51,985) 

Adds these over the Supra 2.0 for $8,000 more:

  • 382-hp, 368-pounds-feet-of-torque turbocharged six-cylinder
  • 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds
  • Active limited-slip differential
  • Brembo four-piston fixed front brake calipers
  • 13.7-inch front brake rotors
  • Adaptive adjustable firmness suspension 
  • 19-inch forged aluminum wheels
  • Matte black side mirrors
  • Dual exhaust outlets with brushed tips
  • Power adjustable seats
  • 10-speaker sound system

Supra 3.0 Premium Six-Cylinder: $55,485

Adds these over the Supra 3.0 base for $3,500 more:

  • Black leather seating upholstery 
  • Sport pedals
  • Head-up display
  • Heated seats
  • 2.1-amp USB port
  • 12-speaker JBL sound system
  • Navigation
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay (the only way to get CarPlay)
  • Wireless charging

Supra 3.0 A91 Edition Six-Cylinder: $56,985 

Adds these over the Supra 3.0 Premium for $1,500 more:

  • Black satin carbon rear spoiler
  • Matte black wheels
  • Black satin decal
  • Carbon-fiber side mirror caps
  • Black/blue Alcantara/leather seats with blue stitching 
  • A91-exclusive Refraction exterior color

2021 Toyota Supra Optional Features

 2021 Toyota Supra 2.0 Four-Cylinder Options

  • $3,485 Safety & Technology Package, which includes adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, parking sensors, navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay and upgraded JBL stereo.
  • $425 Nitro Yellow paint

2021 Toyota Supra 3.0 Base Six-Cylinder Options

  • $3,155 Safety & Technology Package
  • $425 Nitro Yellow paint

2021 Toyota Supra 3.0 Premium Six-Cylinder Options

  • $1,195 Driver Assist Package, which includes adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and parking sensors. 
  • $425 Nitro Yellow
  • $1,495 Phantom paint

2021 Toyota Supra 3.0 A91 Edition Six-Cylinder Options

  • $1,195 Driver Assist Package

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