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New Toyota Supra GR – and the cars that inspired it

Motoring Research Logo By Ethan Jupp of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 28: One of the most iconic names in Japanese motoring history is back. Yes, the fifth-generation Toyota Supra is finally here, after a 17-year hiatus. The first drives are taking place and we’ll give our verdict on the new GR Supra imminently. Can it live up to the hype?The Supra’s ancestors include some of Japan’s most legendary performance cars. The brawny six-cylinder sports coupé first debuted in 1978, then the last Supra rolled off the production line in 2002 after 593,337 had been made. Toyota Supra, this is your life, so far...The Supra’s ancestors include some of Japan’s most legendary performance cars. The brawny six-cylinder sports coupé first debuted in 1978, then the last Supra rolled off the production line in 2002 after 593,337 had been made. Toyota Supra, this is your life, so far...

The story of the Supra

One of the most iconic names in Japanese motoring history is back. Yes, the fifth-generation Toyota Supra is finally here, after a 17-year hiatus. The first drives are taking place and we’ll give our verdict on the new GR Supra imminently. Can it live up to the hype?

The Supra’s ancestors include some of Japan’s most legendary performance cars. The brawny six-cylinder sports coupé first debuted in 1978, then the last Supra rolled off the production line in 2002 after 593,337 had been made. Toyota Supra, this is your life, so far...

The Supra’s ancestors include some of Japan’s most legendary performance cars. The brawny six-cylinder sports coupé first debuted in 1978, then the last Supra rolled off the production line in 2002 after 593,337 had been made. Toyota Supra, this is your life, so far...
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