Allow us to answer the biggest question about the 2021 Toyota Supra and its four-cylinder engine right off the bat: Should you buy this over the updated six-cylinder model? The short answer is “not yet.”
But don’t blame the powertrain.
In fitting a turbocharged 2.0-liter to the 2021 model, Toyota dropped some of the key performance and comfort equipment that made last year’s Supra such a great all-around sports car. The 2021 Supra 2.0’s equipment roster blows right past “affordable” and strays too close to “budget.”
What about the revised six-cylinder model, though? The temperature during our three days with the six-cylinder Supra rarely crept north of 40 degrees as snow squalls rolled through the area, preventing us from collecting much in the way of driving impressions. We’ve included what we could get from our frosty adventure in the 3.0 but are looking forward to a follow up test in the next few weeks.