Toyota supra a sports grand tourer that was created to Toyota Motor Corporation from 1978 2002. Toyota supra Toyota Celica’s styling was derived from, but it was both longer and wider. Starting in mid-1986, then became its own model and was no longer based on the Celica. In turn, Toyota also stopped using the prefix Celica and began just calling super car. Since Celica’s name is similar to the past, it is often mistaken for a bribe, and vice versa. The first, second and third generation plants Supras Tahara Tahara, Aichi Toyota supra MKIV at the Motomachi plant in the city was gathered together at the.
In 1998, Toyota ceased sales over the United States and Japan in 2002 Toyota officially stopped production overhead. As an iconic sports car, then a lot of video games, movies, music videos and TV shows have appeared. Some of the most notable appearances grand theft auto, gran Turismo, Forza motorsport, need for speed, and the video game Midnight Club series and includes fast and furious film series.
Mark Toyota supra I (1978-1981)
Overhead on the first generation Toyota Celica liftback, but was based on the longer length was 129.5 mm. The front panel is shared with the Celica doors and rear section -6 instead of the stock Celica’s 4 cylinder inline engine to accommodate has been expanded. Toyota’s original plan for this time overhead is very popular Datsun Z-car was not a competitor.
Toyota Mark II supra (1982-1986)
Late 1981, Toyota completely redesigned the Celica Celica overhead view of the whole product lineup for the 1982 year. In Japan, they were known as Celica XX, but everywhere else the Celica name used thereafter. It is based on the Celica platform, there are some key differences, most notably the front end design and fully retractable pop-up headlights. Other differences inline instead of inline -4 -6 is still on the increase in length and wheelbase to conform with the overall larger engine will be presented. Nissan Toyota’s continued market competition with a rear hatch sun shade’s use of overhead associated with the Z car is displayed by popular louvres to avoid. Width increases to outstanding overhead, this is a “compact” as it was considered under Japanese dimension regulations.
Toyota supra Mark Dhaka (1986-1992)
In May 1986, Toyota was ready to release the next version of its overhead. Bonds between the Celica and cut overhead, they were now two completely different models. Change the front-wheel drive Celica, Toyota “T” Toyota corona associated with the use of the platform, when its rear wheel drive platform of hyper. While the Mark II and Mark III had similar designs, a more powerful 3.0 200 hp inline 6 engine was updated.
Although only available for 1986.5 naturally aspirated, turbocharged version of the engine on the 1987 model year. Adjunct to the Japanese market Toyota Soarer was about to mechanically.
Toyota supra mark the fourth (1992-2002)
On the new model, Toyota took a more serious aspects of a high-performance car big jump. In April 1993, the Z30 Soarer, test model pre-production started in December 1992 with 20 models, and official mass production from the subframe suspension and drivetrain assemblies in use.