Toyota Supra

Toyota leads the Celica Supra Coupe (MK1) 1979 in its model range. Since then, the Toyota Celica Supra was modified several times. Thus, already in 1982 following the second series (MK2) with a 170-hp 2.8-liter fuel injected. Four years later, with the Toyota Celica Supra MK3 The third generation of the sports car, the first to feature a 3.0 - liter six-cylinder turbocharged engine. Before 1993, the fourth generation (MK4) was presented to get the Toyota Supra models an additional performance boost in the form of a twin - turbo engine : two sequentially connected turbo - generators provide the engine of the Toyota Supra doing a peak power of 280 hp. The last generation was again a significant increase in power to 320 hp before the sale of the Toyota Celica Supra in Germany in 1997 and worldwide in 1999, was discontinued. The renaissance of the vehicle is to be sold as a Toyota Supra to compete with the Porsche 911 and Nissan GT-R through the Toyota Supra Hybrid in potent buyer. Under the hood of the new Supra slumbers a 3.5-liter V6 petrol engine, fitted with electric motors to provide an efficient consumption and hawks more than 400 HP for superior performance. The technology comes to the Lexus RX 450h and is modified accordingly for the sports car. A sports car like the Toyota Celica Supra, you can purchase a new car very cheap at this website.