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Toyota Supra Mk1, Celica Supra MA45
Toyota Supra Mk1, Celica Supra MA45

A LEGEND IS BORN

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.



GRADE: G
POWER: 92kW
TORQUE: 166.7Nm
RELEASE DATE: 13 April 1978

Toyota Supra Mk2
Toyota Supra Mk2

WELCOME TO THE 1980s

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.



GRADE:GA61: GT
POWER:92kW
TORQUE: 171.6Nm
RELEASE DATE:2 July 1981

Toyota Supra Mk3
Toyota Supra Mk3

A STANDALONE CHAMPION

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
POWER: 169kW
TORQUE: 323.6Nm
RELEASE DATE: 6 February 1986

Toyota Supra Mk4
Toyota Supra Mk4

SUPRA COMES OF AGE

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.



GRADE: GZ
POWER: 206kW
TORQUE: 431.5Nm
RELEASE DATE: 24 May 1993

Toyota Supra 2019
Toyota Supra 2019

THE WAIT IS OVER

Based on the GR Supra Racing Concept, the latest sensation to carry the Supra moniker has been designed in partnership with BMW to deliver a car that’s worthy of your respect, your admiration and, perhaps most importantly, your love.



GRADE: A90
RELEASE DATE: 2019

GAZOO Racing

After more than 20 years, the legendary Supra returns to our shores – bringing with it the speed, precision and power of the GR Supra Racing Concept.