Toyota Supra Car Pictures
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Toyota Supra quality wallpaper gallery and technical specifications. Toyota Supra is a powerful Japanese
sports car, nicely designed and with performance sporty handling and industry-leading technology.
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Brief History of The Toyota Supra:The Toyota Supra is a sports car manufactured by Toyota Motors from 1979 to 2002. The design of the Toyota
Supra was inspired from the Toyota Celica, but it was longer and wider. The first three models were offered with
the Toyota Crown's and 2000GT's M engines. All four generations of Supra were equipped with an inline six-cylinder
In 1998, Toyota stopped marketing of the the Supra in the US, and in 2002 they stopped production in Japan.
As an appreciated sports car, the Supra was featured in many video games, movies, music videos and TV shows.
Some of the most famous appearances include the Gran Turismo, Forza Motorsport, Need for Speed, and the
2001 movie, The Fast and the Furious.
Motor Trend is now stating that a Supra successor is in the process of construction. The new Supra is believed
to be based on the 2007 Toyota FT-HS model that will be fitted with a 3.5L V-6 hybrid engine capable of 400 hp.
If Toyota keeps its plans, it will unveil the new Supra series in autumn of 2014. In 1994, the Mark IV Supra won
Popular Mechanics Design & Engineering awards.
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Toyota Supra Generation Models and Specifications:- Mark I 1978–1981 - The front panels were designed in such way to accommodate the Inline-6 engines.
- Mark II 1982–1986 - Toyota completely redesigned the Celica Supra.
- Mark III 1986–1992 - The Celica changed to FWD drivetrain, while the Supra kept its RWD traction platform.
- Mark IV 1992–2002 - Toyota took a big step in the direction of a more serious high-performance sports car.
- Possible Mark-V - Major auto publications have stated a possible revival of the Toyota Supra.
Other Toyota Supra Cars Resources:- Toyota Supra at Toyota.com
- Toyota Supra MKIV Full Specifications