2021 Toyota GR Supra for Sale in Smithfield, RI
Just in case you missed the big news, Toyota recently brought back its beloved Supra model as the 2020 GR Supra after a collaboration with BMW, which simultaneously redesigned its Z4 coupe and convertible. Roadster enthusiasts had missed the Supra after its production was halted in 1998, and enthusiasm was high for this resurrection. It’s back for the 2021 model year, boasting the same attention-getting presence, precise handling, and energetic responsiveness that earned it such favor in the previous century. Some of the improvements this time around two additions to the model’s lineup, with the introduction of the Supra 2.0 as the base trim, along with a limited run of 1,000 units of the A91 Edition, marked by a special interior with black and blue leather and carbon-fiber trim. The 3.0 trim also gets an increase of 47 horsepower, bringing it up to 382, and performance has been enhanced all around with revisions to the chassis tuning.
Trims and Mechanical Specs
The rear-wheel-drive 2021 Toyota GR Supra comes in four trim levels, with two powertrain choices. The base 2.0 gets a namesake 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that makes 255 hp and 295 pounds-feet of torque). The other three – the 3.0, 3.0 Premium, and A91 Edition – get a 382 hp (368 lb.-ft. of torque) 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder that’s also found in the 2021 BMW Z4. While the Bavarians offer coupe and convertible styles with a manual transmission option, the GR Supra is strictly an automatic-transmission coupe (albeit at a lower price point). In response to customer demand for a stickshift, though, Toyota has said that may come to be in the future.
Standard and Available Features
The 2.0 gets plenty of desirable features for performance and convenience: Michelin Pilot tires on 18-inch wheels, bolstered leather seats, paddle shifters, keyless entry/ignition, LED headlights, automatic climate control (with separate zones for driver and passenger), heated exterior mirrors with auto-dimming feature on the driver’s side (and auto-tilt on the passenger’s side), rain-sensing wipers, a backup camera with parking guidelines, and a leather-wrapped steering wheels. The 3.0 adds some performance features (adaptive suspension dampers, 19-inch wheels, and four-piston Brembo front brakes) and position memory for the mirrors and driver’s seat. The 3.0 Premium earns its name with a head-up display, wireless smartphone charging, and heated seats. The A91 Edition drops the head-up display but adds sport pedals and the aforementioned black-and-blue leather interior and carbon-fiber accents.
Safety and Technology
Toyota likes to equip its vehicles with the latest driver-assist technology, and this two-seater is no exception. Automatic high beams, lane departure warning, and pre-collision braking with pedestrian detection are standard on all trims. Buyers can also spring for the Safety and Technology Package, which will add dynamic radar cruise control, parking sensors with automatic emergency braking, a blind-spot monitor, and rear cross-traffic alert.
The base infotainment setup in the 2.0 has an 8.8-inch display, a four-speaker sound system, Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming, and SiriusXM satellite radio. The 3.0 adds three more pairs of speakers, and the display is upgraded to a touchscreen. The 3.0 Premium and A91 Edition retain the touchscreen and add navigation and wireless Apple CarPlay; their sound system moves up to a 12-speaker JBL unit. The Safety and Technology Package is available to add those premium features to the 2.0 and 3.0.