2025 Toyota GR Supra Ditches the Four-Cylinder, Keeps the Manual Transmission

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2025 Toyota GR Supra Drops the Four-CylinderToyota
  • Toyota is dropping the 2.0-liter four-cylinder GR Supra from the 2025 lineup.

  • That leaves the 382-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder setup with either the eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission.

  • The loss of the 2.0-liter GR Supra means the cost of entry has risen, with the 3.0 now starting at $57,345 and the 3.0 Premium starting at $60,495.

The current generation of the Toyota Supra has been around since 2020. For the first model year, the only engine option was the turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six, which at the time produced 335 horsepower. In 2021, Toyota turned up the wick on the 3.0 and also added a turbo 2.0-liter inline-four that was good for 255 horsepower. Now, Toyota is retiring the smaller engine from the lineup, leaving behind the 3.0 and 3.0 Premium as the GR Supra's sole trim choices.

With the loss of the four-cylinder, it just got considerably more expensive to buy into the GR Supra lineup. Trim-to-trim, pricing only increased by $850 from 2024 to 2025, though with the $47,535 four-cylinder gone, the $57,345 base 3.0 is now lowest-cost Supra. The 3.0 Premium trim comes in at a slightly higher $60,495. Thankfully, the six-speed manual transmission is coming back for another year, and it's a no-cost option in place of the standard eight-speed automatic.

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The 3.0 comes equipped with power-adjustable seats upholstered in black leather and Alcantara, a 10-speaker audio system, and an 8.8-inch central display. The 3.0 Premium adds nicer seating in either black or hazelnut-colored leather and increases the speaker count to 12. Paint options are limited to Absolute Zero (white), Nocturnal (black), Renaissance Red, or the extra-cost Stratosphere blue shown above.

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