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Toyota Celica Supra Mk IV (1993-2002)

By 1993, Toyota had decided to transform the Supra into a pure super-car. With performance and looks being its core goals, the Supra transformed into a sexy adrenaline pumping muscle car that was hard to miss both on the streets or at the track. The available 320 hp twin-turbo charged engine could achieve 0-60 mph speeds in a mere 5.3 seconds. But the performancce came at a price - around US$50,000 in some cases and that meant the car wasn't as affordable as its previous incarnations. For those who could afford it, they were able to experience its thrilling performance features. The car was also loved by "modders" as its turbo setup could be tweaked to generate upto 1200 hp from the 3.0 liter engine. The mid-1990s saw much of Supra's competition being discontinued with the Nissan 300Z, Mazda RX-7 and Dodge/Mitsubishi Stealth biting the dust. Due declining sales, Toyota stopped exporting the Supra in 1998 though it continued production for the local Japanese market until 2002.

Technical Details of the Toyota Supra Mk IV

  • Years: 1993-2002
  • Make & Model: Toyota Supra
  • Engines: 3.0 L DOHC 24-vavle inline 6 cyclinder engine generating 215-230 hp at 5800-6000 rpm and 209-220 lb of torque at 3800-4800 rpm. 3.0 L DOHC 24 valve twin-turbocharged inline 6 cylinder engine generating 280-320 hp at 5600 rpm.
  • Transmission: 5 speed manual, optional 6 speed Getrag manual or 4 speed automatic
  • Other Notables: Leather interior, power options, limited slip differential

Pictures of the Toyota Supra Mk IV

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