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Sports car and grand tourer manufactured by Toyota Motor Corporation beginning in 1978. Wikipedia
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Sentences forToyota Supra
- From 1979 to 1986, the Supra name was used for six-cylinder versions of the Celica, until the Supra moved to a separate platform from 1986 to 2002.
- Toyota announced they would be running the Supra starting in 2019, replacing the Camry, which had been run in the series since Toyota joined the Xfinity Series in 2007.
- This initially resulted in Lotus Engineering helping to develop the Mk2 Toyota Supra, also known as the Toyota Celica XX.
- Toyota modified the Carina by elongating its front-end and incorporating styling cues such as the T-bar grille motif that resembled the Celica XX/Supra (A40).
- They would also launch newer iterations of their sports cars, namely the MR2, Celica, and Supra during this era.
- The six-cylinder Celica Supra variant was later spun off as a separate models, becoming simply the Supra.
- The F1 project followed the Toyota Supra sports car and the premium Toyota Mark II models.
- In April 1978 Toyota began production of the Mark I Toyota Supra in Japan, as the Toyota Celica XX.
- Toyota has used a supercapacitor for regeneration on a Supra HV-R hybrid race car that won the Tokachi 24 Hours race in July 2007.
- This was the final season of the Toyota Camry in the Xfinity Series, as it was replaced by the Supra in the 2019 season.
- The Toyota A platform was now exclusive to the Toyota Supra.
- Between 2006 to 2019, Toyota was represented in GT500 by its luxury vehicle brand, Lexus, after the retirement of the Toyota Supra from the series; the Supra returned in 2020 following the revival of the nameplate.
- Gardner also made a foray into the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship, racing a works Toyota Supra in 1996, and raced in this competition until his retirement from motorsport in 2002.
- Brian brings a damaged 1994 Toyota Supra to Dominic's garage as a replacement.
- The most notable modification was the swapping of the stock engine to a 2JZ-GTE from a Mark IV Toyota Supra.
- This model was essentially a second-generation 1977–1981 Toyota Carina (A40 and A50) with an elongated front-end styled to resemble the 1978–1981 Celica XX, known as the Celica Supra in export markets.
- Fatbax models included vehicles such as the Toyota Supra and Corvette C6.
- In 2019, Gase joined MBM Motorsports to run the full Xfinity schedule in the team's No. 35 Toyota Supra.
- The season marked the debut of the Toyota Supra, which replaced the Camry.
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