2021 Supra

  • 2021 Toyota Supra 2021 Toyota Supra

    The new model of 2021 Toyota Supra will have a brilliant performance as we use to it. She will offer a turbocharged six-cylinder engine that Supra says makes 335 horsepower. No convertible version has been announced, so the Supra will be offered exclusively as a coupe. If you're looking for a drop-top sports car, then the main competitor is a new BMW Z4. One of the basic advantages which Toyota provide is option to give its version a personality all its own.

    2021 Toyota Supra Interior

    The interesting fact is that the first 1500 Supras will be sold as Launch Edition models. So this first lot of new Supra should be sold in record time frame

    Regarding interior the new 2021 Toyota Supra will offer a larger 8.8-inch infotainment touchscreen, Apple CarPlay capability, a 12-speaker JBL stereo system, a head-up display, and heated leather seats. The Supra is offered in several hot hues; we'd be tempted by Nitro Yellow for an extra $400, but we also like Downshift Blue which adds no extra cost to the bottom line.

    Engine options for new 2021 Toyota Supra

    All Supra models come with an eight-speed automatic and are offered only with rear-wheel drive. At our test track, the Supra performances are as follow: zero to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and zero to 100 mph in only 9.5. So the main competitors on this fild are Chevy Corvette, Porsche Cayman GTS and BMW M2.

    The new fort generation of Supra that was powered by a twin-turbocharged inline-six that made 320 horsepower.

    Disadvantage of Supra is fact that there's no manual transmission option. Anyhow regarding the the Supra will gain a stick later in its production run as lower priced four-cylinder model is also rumored. Despite its performance potential, the Supra's suspension is forgiving enough to drive daily; its steering is accurate, nicely weighted, and direct, which enhances its fun-to-drive personality.

    Basic price for new 2021 Toyota Supra will start from $ 49,990.00.

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