"With a sports car, the promise is to offer more performance with each additional version," said Supra Chief Engineer Tetsuya Tada. And we can expect additional versions pretty much every year. Tada also told us what not to expect: “There will be no manual transmission, despite an outcry in parts of the enthusiast community over the lack of a row-it-yourself shifter. His advice: "Customers who want a manual should choose the Toyota 86."
For the 2021 Supra 3.0 Premium and the A91 Edition, the front Brembo brake callipers are painted red and have the added feature of the “TOYOTA Supra” logo. All Supra models for 2021 will be equipped with the 8.8-inch audio touch screen that is standard on the 2020 3.0 Premium model. The base models 6.5-inch screen has been stopped completely.
With the 3.0 litre engine, Toyota predicts that the new engine will reduce the Supra 3.0 models 0-60 acceleration time to 3.9 seconds whereas before is was 4.1 seconds. The 8-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters will also carry over to 2021. The Supra 2.0 has the same electronically limited 155-mph top speed as the 3.0, and its fuel use will be lower.