The End of an Era: Four-Cylinder Supra Ceases Production

Four-Cylinder Supra

Toyota’s revival of the iconic Supra in 2019 was met with excitement, and the addition of an entry-level four-cylinder model in 2021 offered a more accessible option for enthusiasts. However, with the 2025 model year changes, the four-cylinder Supra has been discontinued after just three years.

This move comes as no surprise, given the Supra’s sluggish sales in 2023, with only 2,652 units sold. While Toyota doesn’t release sales figures by trim or engine, it’s likely the four-cylinder model was the slower seller.

2024 GR Supra (Toyota)

The four-cylinder Supra, with its turbocharged 2.0-liter engine producing 255 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, was no slouch.

Paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, it could reach 60 miles per hour in 5.0 seconds. However, with the six-cylinder model’s superior performance and minimal price difference, the four-cylinder variant struggled to find its footing.

The 2025 Supra lineup now consists solely of the six-cylinder model, available in 3.0 and 3.0 Premium trims. The turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine still delivers 382 horsepower and 368 pound-feet of torque, with the option of an eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission.

With the manual transmission, the Supra can reach 60 miles per hour in 4.2 seconds, while the automatic transmission shaves off 0.3 seconds.

While the discontinuation of the four-cylinder Supra may come as a disappointment to some, the six-cylinder model’s performance and handling make it a compelling choice for sports car enthusiasts.

However, buyers should note a slight price increase for the 2025 model, with the base Supra starting at $57,335 and the Supra 3.0 Premium costing $60,495.