2022 Toyota Supra gets new features and some price reductions

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Pricing information for the 2022 Toyota Supra is out. Still offered with four or six cylinders, the coupe is entering the 2022 model year with a handful of new features across the board, a new limited-edition model named A91-Carbon Fiber, and a cheaper range-topping model.

The big news for 2022 is the A91-Carbon Fiber (pictured), which was unveiled in June 2021. Limited to 600 units, it stands out with a carbon fiber body kit that includes a front splitter, rocker panels, and a duckbill spoiler on the trunk lid. It also features 19-inch wheels painted flat black and an edition-specific red and black interior with leather and Alcantara upholstery. It costs $64,305 including a mandatory $1,025 destination charge, a figure that makes it the most expensive member of the 2022 Supra line-up by a relatively large margin.

The rest of the range receives a handful of minor changes, which is unsurprising considering that 2021 brought a raft of new features including a more powerful six-cylinder engine and a new entry-level four. The base 3.0 now comes standard with heated seats, while the 3.0 Premium trim can be configured with a red leather interior. Models equipped with the premium sound system now boast full-screen Apple CarPlay compatibility. Finally, every 2022 Supra comes with a one-year membership to the National Auto Sport Association, which includes a free High Performance Driving Event where owners can learn how to handle their car at the limit from professional instructors.

Plan on spending $44,315 including a $1,025 destination charge for the four-cylinder-powered Supra, which is only offered in one trim level. The base six-cylinder model costs $52,665, while the Premium trim starts at $55,815. For context, the 2021 models were priced at $44,085, $52,085, and $55,585, respectively, including a destination charge pegged at $995. It's interesting to note that the Premium trim is actually cheaper in 2022 than it was in 2021; that's extremely uncommon in an industry where annual increases, not decreases, are the norm.

The list of options includes the Safety & Technology Package, which bundles a 12-speaker JBL Audio sound system, wireless Apple CarPlay, adaptive cruise control, a navigation system, and a blind spot monitoring system, among other electronic driving aids. Also optional is the Driver's Assist Package, which adds adaptive cruise control, a blind spot monitoring system, rear cross-traffic alert, and parking sensors.

How about the manual transmission that we keep hearing about? Check back in 2023, maybe.

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