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    About Toyota Supra


    The Toyota Supra is a sports sedan that first rolled off the line and onto the streets in 1979. Upon its debut, the model was dubbed the Celica Supra, as it was a descendent of the famous Toyota sedan. But the Celica Supra was different, showing off a robust inline six-cylinder engine which represented Toyota’s first foray into electronic fuel injection. 1981 ushered in a new 2.8L single-overhead-cam inline six-cylinder as well as an optional sport suspension. A year later, Toyota released the second generation of the Celica Supra, sporting a 2.8L dual-overhead-cam inline six capable of 145 horsepower. Two trim levels became offered for the first time. L-Type and Performance, with the main difference between the two being the Performance trim’s wider wheels and fender flares. In 1984, the engine got a boost up to 160 horsepower without any notable revisions being made anywhere else throughout the model.

    The third generation of the Supra was introduced in 1986 with a new 3.0L inline six-cylinder engine that threw out up to 200 horsepower. Adjustments to the model came quick. Within a year, a 230-horsepower turbocharged version of the Toyota Supra was added to the lineup. The car was updated several times during the decade, with Supra parts, such as new tail lights, a new front bumper and grille, and new door panels. 1993 welcomed in the fourth generation of the Supra. The body of the vehicle was restyled, adding more smooth lines. Base Supras were equipped with a 3.0L 24-valve inline six-cylinder engine good for 220 horsepower and 215 pounds-per-foot of torque mated to a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. The Supra Turbo was powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0L that delivered 320 hp and 315 pounds-per-foot of torque. It also offered limited-slip differential, 17" wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, and a six-speed manual transmission.

    Due to emissions regulations, the Supra was without a six-speed manual transmission for the 1996 model year, as the four-speed automatic was implemented as standard. The transmission was back for 1997, which also marked the 15th anniversary of the Supra. Both trim levels were given upgrades, including a rear spoiler and an improved stereo system. The Supra Turbo was decked out with a targa top and alloy wheels. However, the model was no longer for sale in Canada and by 1998, sales were discontinued in the US, as well. Finally, in 2002, Toyota halted production of the Toyota Supra altogether. Although the Supra is no longer being assembled, it is still a respected presence on the road. During its tenure it was recognized from around the industry for its friendly price-tag, impressive performance, and sporty style. In 1998, the model ranked in the Top Ten in Vehicle Dependability by JD Power & Associates. Also that year, Automobile Magazine named the Toyota Supra "the best roadster around."

    Unlike most entry-level sedans, the Toyota Supra doesn't just blend into the background. Not even close. This model comes to the show displaying a smooth body-design that offers a hint of luxurious style. The Toyota Supra also boasts enough pop in the performance to get by the competition, but it's the vehicle's efficienct parts that has garnered so much notice. If you want to raise your version's profile even higher, Toyota Supra accessories from CARiD.com never disappoint!

    When it comes to Toyota Supra Accessories and Parts at CARiD.com, you get the best of the best. The most reputable manufacturers in the world are all here under one roof ready to get you on board with the Toyota Supra accessories and parts that are ready to find a place on your ride. Spoilers, floor mats, grille guards, wheels, and much more parts are right here in the highest quality and lowest prices around. Put a personal stamp on your ride that everyone notices. This is where to get the process started.

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 10 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.



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    Need For Speed Team Wins Ultimate Drift Texas
    Need For Speed Team Wins Ultimate Drift Texas

    The IZOD IndyCar Series headed to the Texas Motor Speedway. Organizers arranged a non-championship drifting competition. The Ultimate Drifting competition was presented by The Scion and Motegi Racing, 8 drivers competed in tandem battles. Team Need for Speed's Fredric Aasbo was on hand along with FD regulars. Fredric was using this event as a semi-farewell to his well-known Toyota Supra.

    Toyota Supra is not the best choice for drifting. The front of this vehicle is heavier than the rear, because of uneven weight distribution, the traction to the rear wheels becomes difficult. For the drift drivers usually look for Nissan Silvia and Mazda RX-7, these cars have equal weight distribution, that's why they are easier to handle. This is why you don’t see many Supras on the drifting events.

    Team Need for Speed driver, Fredric Aasbo, said goodbye to his Toyota Supra “Chucky” with a bang at Ultimate Drift Texas presented by Formula Drift. The crowd went nuts as the drifters put on an action-packed demonstration before the start of the Indy race. Aasbo took the victory with Kyle Mohan in 2nd and Roland Gallagher in 3rd.