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    Owners of the fifth generation Toyota Supra are thrilled about that car

    In July 1993, the fourth and so far last generation of the Supra came on the market. Internationally, this type is called " Supra MKIV ".

    In early 1986, the third generation of the Supra was introduced. It is also the first that has not been marketed with the suffix Celica.

    The second generation was presented in the fall of 1981 and had a completely independent drive with the new (170 hp) 6-cylinder engines.

    The first Supra built from spring 1978 to summer 1981 was still offered as a top version of the Celica first in Japan and later in the United States.

    ⁣2019 Toyota Supra will make world debut at Goodwood FOS | Forum



    Toyota Europe has announced on twitter that the production version of the 2019 Toyota Supra will make its world debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed next week.

    Although the car will be wrapped in a special camo livery in Gazoo Racing colours, this will be the first time the public will get to see the production car – codenamed A90 – as it tackles the hill at Goodwood.

    There has been a lot of hype and speculation surrounding the return of the iconic Toyota Supra and earlier this year, Toyota unveiled a Supra GR concept at the Geneva Motor Show.

    Exact details on pricing and specification for the production model are still to be revealed but what we do know is that the car will be built on a shared platform which was designed in collaboration with BMW.

    Toyota’s Chief Engineer behind the Supra, Tetsuya Tada, said a front-mounted six-cylinder turbocharged engine would power the rear wheels and rumours have suggested that the car will offer around 330bhp from an in-line six motor supplied by BMW. Tada-San was keen to point out that even though the car is built on a shared platform, it will be a completely different car from what is being offered by BMW.