Using the popular Celica hatchback as its starting point, the Celica Supra MA45 transformed the sports car category with a water-cooled in-line 6 fuel-injection engine that delivered a whopping 92kW of power.
RELEASE DATE: 13 April 1978
Celica by name, but certainly not by nature. This car featured advanced power locks, windows and doors, an independent rear suspension and a slightly shorter wheelbase. A far cry from its 6-cylinder stablemate.
RELEASE DATE: 2 July 1981
With its water-cooled in-line 6 24-valve turbo fuel-injection engine, Supra was finally ready to ditch the Celica name and enter a new era of sophistication. We're talking four valves per cylinder, a coil-on-plug electronic ignition, and 169kW of pure racing power.
GRADE: 3.0 GT-TURBO
RELEASE DATE: 6 February 1986
Most of us remember this icon as the star of Hollywood's 2001 blockbuster The Fast and the Furious. It looked good, sounded great, and drove like a dream, delivering 206kW of power and 431.5 Nm of torque.
RELEASE DATE: 24 May 1993
Based on the GR Supra Racing Concept, the latest sensation to carry the Supra moniker has been designed to deliver a car that's worthy of your respect, your admiration and, perhaps most importantly, your love.
RELEASE DATE: 2019
Buckle-up for an experience that you will never forget. From stunning exterior to exceptional comfort, the Supra gets you well-prepared for all that lies ahead, encouraging you to make every drive outstanding.
The Supra's interior is an ideal blend of form, function and beauty. Designed with the driver in mind, it is imagined to elevate on-road experiences through a cockpit-like feel.
New-age, hi-tech and designed to put you in absolute control. The technology in the Supra allows you to scale up your experiences, all the while keeping your eyes firmly fixed on the roads ahead.
With absolute power comes even greater responsibility. Toyota Supra's suite of active and passive safety features, encourages you to stay in absolute control, while you stir each moment and enjoy the exceptional.