Perhaps not everyone knows, but once upon a time, the legendary Supra was not a separate model, but an enhanced version of the Toyota Celica. In fact, it has been produced since 1972, but only since 1986 is it sold as a detached car. The one you see in the photo, codenamed A60, is a second-generation Celica, and more precisely it is the last Celica Supra ever produced. In Japan, it is also called Celica XX. The design is square and eye-catching, and, for the first time in this generation, we find retractable headlights. The back is also very square and almost unprecedented at the time. Compared to the standard Celica, the wheelbase has been extended, and the weight is 1360 kilos. As in all Supras, the engine is positioned at the front and the drive is rear RWD. The gearbox is a five-speed manual.
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🏎 Toyota Celica Supra MK2 A60
📍 Japan
🛠 155NM 145HP
💨 10 seconds
🔝 201km/h
💶 No longer on sale
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