2021 Toyota Supra 2.0 Dyno Results

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I send a bit of product over there, some of the European countries have massive tariffs :eek:
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I still think the 2.0 is marketed for people who want a Supra and either can’t afford the 3.0 or just rather spend less money on one. I do say it will be interesting to see where the gen2 86 is priced at and how much power vs the 2.0 Supra. Again I feel like they are really different cars and different market of course that doesn’t mean some may cross over to a different car when car shopping.
 

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I still think the 2.0 is marketed for people who want a Supra and either can’t afford the 3.0 or just rather spend less money on one.
Agree, that's how they should market it, I doubt they will make a big deal about the weight loss as it would imply the 3.0 is "heavy". 2.0 exists to sell more cars, and the number of potential customers who are interested specifically because it's 200 lb. lighter is very small, myself and a fairly negligible handful of others...

I do say it will be interesting to see where the gen2 86 is priced at and how much power vs the 2.0 Supra. Again I feel like they are really different cars and different market of course that doesn’t mean some may cross over to a different car when car shopping.
Rumor had it the 2nd gen 86 would be turbo, now rumor seems to be 2.4 n.a. (which would be my preference) at 217hp (which seems low). Rumor also has it there'll be a weight gain. Another rumor is that 2nd-gen 86 won't survive the pandemic...

We shall see!

For sure the cars are different, but naturally there will be a lot of crossover between two smallish FR sports/sporty cars. Biggest differentiator for most will be $10-15k price delta. Neither car is ideal for me. I'd prefer the FT86 as a more cab-rearward 2-seater, which would give it much better weight distribution than the current Camaroesque 55/45. And I'd prefer it if the Supra were lighter-weight and less luxo.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to cross-shopping the Supra 2.0 and next-gen FT86 :)
 

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Not bad for a 4-cylinder
Pretty good power!
 

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Maybe that could mean 3.0 my21 is actually 382 hp. So 2020 and 2021 could be the same lol
What have I been stating all along. LOL
 

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What is the latest or updated dyno figures on the 2021 Supra 2.0L?

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217 whp (255 hp advertised)
225 lb-ft (295 lb-ft advertised)
 

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It's interesting to see all drivers in this video chose 2.0 instead of 3.0. I could see their reason as well and 2.0 is in more of "special" place. Also, in many motor sports, displacement is restricted to 2.0l engine and for who will be racing, this might be a good platform to compete on. In my opinion, this is not poor man's supra.


Also, down the line, tuners will have a field day with this platform to modify so that it will go faster than stock A9x and take faster corners.
 

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