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Toyota Supra

Price: $40,000 - $60,000  ⋅ Rating:4.5Photos:10Views:2084
Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra is a sports car manufactured  by Toyota Motor Company between 1979 and 1981. Toyota Supra was produced and designed to replace the previous super sports car - Toyota 2000GT.

The first generation of Toyota Supra was powered mainly based on Toyota Celica liftback, but Toyota Supra was longer by 5.1 inches (the doors and the rear section are the same as Toyota Celica but the front part is different).

Toyota Supra Mk I 1979 (on Japanese market since 1978) was originally equipped with 4М-Е 6 cylinder 2.6 liter engine rated at 110 HP (82kV), which is the first injection engine produced by Toyota Motor Company. In 1981 Toyota Supra was powered with 2.8 liter 5М-Е motor (chassis code - MA47) with a capacity of 116 HP (87kV) and torque 197 Nm. In Japan, the model was also available with EC engine volume of 2.0 liter (chassis code - MA45) as well as М-TEU Turbo Motor.

All subsequent versions of Toyota Supra Mk I were equipped with either 5 speed (W50) or 4 speed automatic transmissions.