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The GR86 sports car is expected to make up to 260hp and 277lb-ft of torque. Compared to the GR Supra 2.0, that's 5 more horsepower but about 20 lb-ft's less.

It gets even better when you look at price.

$40,000 (est.) gets you into a 2.0 GR Supra and about $30,000 (est.) for the GR86. A $10,000+ margin.

While not many looking at the 86 will be able to cross shop, if the production GR86 horsepower and torque numbers are actually what reports say, then this will be a good choice. Quite possibly, an even better choice than the four-cylinder Supra depending on what Toyota/Gazoo Racing does to the chassis, suspension, drivetrain, powertrain and basically every other area that needs to complement the engine.

Official Pricing?... I see that 260hp version of the GR86 going for $32,000+ to start (and $26,000+ for a base, non-turbo version).

Still a deal to me.
 

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Have they released 4-cyl Supra pricing yet? The regular one starts at $49,990. Or at least it did for the 335-hp version. I have to think the new 382-hp model will jump some from there.

The current 86 is 27k to start so I have to think the new one will be closer to $30k for sure.
 

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Have they released 4-cyl Supra pricing yet? The regular one starts at $49,990. Or at least it did for the 335-hp version. I have to think the new 382-hp model will jump some from there.

The current 86 is 27k to start so I have to think the new one will be closer to $30k for sure.
Only in Japan where the Supra 2.0 Price List is as follows:
  • ¥ 4,990,741 - Supra SZ | 2.0 (Converted to USD: $45,632)
  • ¥ 6,009,259 - Supra SZ-R | 2.0 (Converted to USD: $54,945)
  • ¥ 7,027,778 - Supra RZ | 3.0 (Converted to USD: $64,258)
2021 Toyota GR Supra 2.0 Price


Directly converting YEN to USD doesn't give us the greatest idea but you can see the gaps in price. I can't imagine the U.S. gap being any less than $9,000 to start.

The Supra 2.0 Priced from $40,000 sounds very reasonable to me considering those numbers
 
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