Toyota Supra

Toyota's two-door Supra sports car had a long and interesting life in the Australian market, before going off sale in 2002. But all reports point to the Supra making a comeback as early as 2018.

In a similar plan that Toyota has with Subaru for the 86/BRZ twins, Toyota has partnered with BMW to help the German company build its next generation Z4 sports car. In return, Toyota has suddenly found itself with the ideal platform on which to build not just a successor to the swoopy, stylish Supra, but the next 86, as well.

Toyota Supra News

2019

Toyota Supra A90: everything we know so far

How has Toyota managed to revive the Supra nameplate? We spoke to chief engineer Tetsuya Tada at this week's Geneva motor show to get the good oil.Read more

Toyota Supra A90 was developed with BMW to keep it pure

Instead of defaulting to the Toyota parts bin, BMW joint development was key to the new Supra sticking to its fundamentals.Read more

Toyota Supra A90 project was the opposite of 86/BRZ

Both Toyota sports cars are the result of joint development projects, but how Subaru worked with Toyota is vastly different to BMW.Read more

Toyota Supra A90 could have been mid-engined or SUV

A straight six, rear drive performance flagship wasn’t the only option on the table for the Toyota/BMW project which will result in the new Supra.Read more

Toyota Supra 2019 revealed as GR Racing Concept in Geneva

Forty years after the original Supra went on sale, Toyota has given us our best look yet at the all-new performance flagship, with the GR racing concept shown at the Geneva motor show today.Read more

1993

Toyota Supra teased in Gran Turismo

Video game Gran Turismo may have seeded a new Toyota Supra concept. And hopefully it will be presented in full scale metal like the Mercedes-Benz Vision Gran Turismo -- which was presented at LA motor show last month as the first of several concepts...Read more

Toyota Supra concept tipped

Rumours are bubbling up again about a Toyota Supra successor to be unveiled as concept at Detroit, with US site Autoblog reporting they've heard from "a few very well-placed members of the Toyota team" that the concept will point to a...Read more

Toyota's next boss wants a Supra successor

Talk of a new Toyota Supra dates back almost as far as when the last generation of the car, the MkIV Supra, bowed out of the market in the early part of the last decade. All manner of rumours pertaining to a new generation have emerged since then,...Read more

Toyota shows off hybrid race winner

With energy recovery ststems due to be introduced into Formula 1 in 2009, it’s fitting that the first and only hybrid car to win an officially sanctioned motor race Read more

Toyota shows off hybrid race winner

With energy recovery systems due to be introduced into Formula 1 in 2009, it’s fitting that the first and only hybrid car to win an officially sanctioned motor race will make its world motor-show debut at this year’s Australian International...Read more
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You could expect to pay

$5,720

based third party pricing data

Lowest Price

$4,290

Highest Price

$7,150

Range & Specifications

1993 Hatchback - Discontinued Apr 1993
Turbo Hardtop
Market Price
$4,620 – 6,820
ANCAP Rating
TBA
1993 Hatchback - Discontinued Apr 1993
Turbo Targa
Market Price
$4,840 – 7,150
ANCAP Rating
TBA