It was discussed that Toyota’s legendary vehicle Supra would produce a 4-cylinder version, and the company recently confirmed its claims.
The long-standing news was that the Toyota Supra would be produced in a four-cylinder version, and the official announcement was finally made. Road & Track web editor Chris Perkins had a chance to speak with Supra chief engineer Testsuya Tada at Goodwood Festival of Speed a few days ago, and the Toyota worker confirmed that a four-cylinder Supra would be produced.
The Tada noticed details that the four-cylinder Supra would be rather light with better weight distribution and a sharper feel. Also for Supra owners who are planning to trade on the Tada, 2JZ engine, please purchase the “four-cylinder engine. It will be cheaper. ”
Supra’s chief engineer said the four-cylinder Supra would be lighter and offer a better front end reaction. In addition, Toyota wants to offer the Supra model for a wider range of uses, and continues to work with it. Certainly some people will say they do not want a less powerful Supra, but Toyota does not listen to this criticism in terms of diversity and accessibility.