Racing HeartsRacing has always been an integral part of Toyota’s DNA. TOYOTA GAZOO RACING has harnessed all it has learned on the racetrack and put it all in building the pulse-racing 2020 Toyota GR Supra. Lessons about tearing-off down the straight, hugging the curves and cornering with perfection with the needle all the way up, have all been fed into this legendary vehicle. Little wonder then, the GR Supra feels right home on both, track and road.
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A legendary track-record.When the Supra was first introduced as the Celica in 1978, it set the roads ablaze. Ever since, it has been one of the most popular sports cars around the world and has inspired generations of true car enthusiasts.
The Celica variant had an additional 130mm length at the front end where the enlarged engine bay made way for an inline-six engine. Japanese market models were sold with a 2.0-liter engine that produced 92kW of power and 184Nm of torque while the rest of the world received a 2.6-liter mill with 82kW. Button
A legendary track-record.The Celica Supra remained mostly unchanged until 1981 when it was redesigned as part of the third-generation Celica line-up. Improvements included a more potent range of engines, pop-up headlines and a digitalized instrument cluster. Since then, the Supra has enjoyed many facelifts over 4 successful generations.Button
A legendary track-record. The Supra’s status within the car community really took off in 2001, when it was thrust into the limelight in the first The Fast and the Furious film. As a result of its performance qualities and box office fame, Supra prices have skyrocketed in comparison to other cars of the same era. Button