Toyota Supra, the Icon

A sports car with a long history that dates to the late 1970s is the Toyota Supra. As a high-performance version of the Toyota Celica, the first-generation Supra, also known as the Celica Supra, was released in 1978. It had a 2.6-liter inline-six engine and was distinguished by having a large hood and short rear deck.

The second-generation Supra was created as a stand-alone car and debuted in 1981. It had a more potent 2.8-liter inline-six engine. The third-generation Supra was introduced in 1986 with a completely new look and a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine that could eventually produce up to 320 horsepower.

The fourth-generation Supra, which debuted in 1993, is frequently regarded as the model with the most iconic design. It had a 3.0-liter inline-six twin-turbocharged engine that produced 320 horsepower and had a 0 to 60 mph acceleration time of less than five seconds. Additionally, it was the first Supra with a six-speed manual transmission available.

The Supra's production ceased in 2002, and the car model underwent an almost two-decade hiatus. The fifth-generation Toyota Supra, which was co-developed with BMW and has a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine with a maximum output of 382 horsepower, was unveiled in 2019. The new Supra has gotten positive reviews from aficionados and is regarded as the iconic nameplate's suitable successor.