Editors’ Picks: Top Cars We Drove in 2021

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
2022 Toyota GR Supra 2.0
Following the introduction of the GR Supra last year, Toyota comes to market with a more affordable 4-cylinder version: the Toyota GR Supra 2.0. After spending a few days in the Supra 2.0, we’re simply going to go ahead and say it: Less power can actually be more fun. Most people won’t see that this is a lesser-priced variant: aside from its slightly smaller wheels (18-inch vs. 19-inch) and some minor trim variances, the 2.0 is almost indistinguishable from 6-cylinder-powered 3.0. Toyota designers kept the Supra’s interior stylish yet simple — as a sports car should be. The 8.8-inch display screen is easy to read and navigate, incorporating physical buttons and a controller in the center console for quick access to features such as media and navigation. Some well-placed carbon fiber trim also adds to the car’s sporty nature, as do the leather and Alcantara-trimmed sport seats.

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