When the Toyota Supra returned for 2021 with Gazoo Racing’s “GR” abbreviation conjoined to its name, we were thrilled to see it take form once more as a two-door sports coupe with, thanks to the help of BMW, an inline-six engine under the hood, available as an upgrade over the base model’s 2.0-liter four-banger. And now it would seem that, for 2025, the 3.0-liter inline-six is the only way to go.

Toyota has announced the pricing and trim structure for the 2025 GR Supra, to be sold only as the “3.0” and “3.0 Premium” grades. That means the “2.0” grade, and thus the four-cylinder engine itself, has been cut from the lineup.

Toyota GR Supra Drops Four-Cylinder for 2025

This also means a technical raise in entry MSRP, as the less expensive 2.0 served as the gateway Supra. That duty now rests on the rear haunches of the 3.0, starting at $57,345 with delivery, followed by the 3.0 Premium, the only other trim remaining, at $60,495. Compared to 2024’s 3.0, ‘25 pricing has increased $850 for either grade.

No other significant changes have been made to the GR Supra. Both trims, for no extra cost, can be had with either an eight-speed automatic or a six-speed manual, delivering all 382 horsepower and 368 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. And buyers can put all of that performance to work thanks to the Supra’s complimentary year-long NASA membership– no, not that NASA. The National Auto Sport Association, to which a membership includes one free High Performance Driving Event, discounts on NASA-sanctioned events and other benefits.

Toyota has been on a roll with their GR sub-branding, including the GR86 and GR Corolla, two pint-sized performance machines we’ve grown quite fond of. They, along with the GR Supra, created a trifecta of excellence for U.S. Toyota enthusiasts (and we’re not counting the GR Yaris, absent from the stateside market). So, does this herald the beginning of the end for the GR Supra? Perhaps, but we sure hope not.