Toyota Supra JDM  is a sports car and grand tourer manufactured by Toyota Motor Corporation since 1978. The name “Supra” comes from the Latin prefix, meaning “above,” “above,” and “above.” 

The A80 program was launched in February 1989 among various design, product planning and engineering teams led by Isao Tsuzuki. In the mid-1990s, the final A80 design concept was approved by Toyota Technical Center Aichi and was frozen for production in the late 1990s. The first test module was manually manufactured on the A70 body in the late 1990s, after which the first A80 prototype was manually assembled in 1991.

Using the Z30 Soara’s subframe, suspension, and powertrain assembly again, test model prototyping began in December 1992, 20 units were manufactured, and official mass production began in April 1993. Supra Coupe, sold as Lexus SC in the United States. The dimensions of the two cars are similar, but the new Supra is more than 13 inches (340 mm) shorter than the more luxurious cousin. With this style change, Toyota put a great deal of emphasis on more authentic high-performance cars.

There are 2 Different Versions of The Supra:

Engine Specification:

The A80 JDM was equipped with two new engines. It is rated by the naturally aspirated Toyota 2JZGE with 164 kW (220 PS; 223 hp) at 5,800 rpm and 285 N⋅m (210 lb ⋅ ft) at 4,800 rpm, and the Toyota Twin Turbo Charge 2JZ GTE. For the Japanese model, with a torque of 206 kW (276 PS; 280 hp) and 431 N⋅m (318 lb ⋅ ft).

 In the export model (American / European market), Toyota upgraded the engine of the Supra Turbo (equipped with a small turbocharger with steel wheels, a large injector, etc.). This will increase the output to 239 kW (321 PS; 325 PS) at 5,600 rpm and 315 lb ⋅ ft (427 N ⋅ m) at 4,000 rpm (243 kW (326 PS; 330 PS) and 325 lb ⋅ ft (441 N)).

Interior Features:

 For the European market When it was launched in 1993, it was the first Toyota badge JDM car equipped with passenger car airbags as standard equipment (US market only). For this generation, the Supra received a new 6-speed Getrag / Toyota V160 transmission in the turbo model, but the naturally aspirated model was equipped with a revised W58 5-speed manual transmission compared to the previous model. Each model was offered in a 4-speed automatic with a manual shift mode.

Exterior Features:

All cars were fitted with 5-spoke alloy wheels, the naturally aspirated model had 16-inch wheels, and the turbo model had 17-inch wheels. The difference in wheel size was that it corresponded to the large brake that was standard equipment on the turbo model, but there was an optional equipment in Japan. Both models featured space-saving spare tires on steel rims to save both space and weight. The standard A80 Supra chassis has achieved multiple Top 20 and Top 10 finishes in the SSGT1 class Round of America and has proven to be an effective platform for road racing. In 1994, the A80 managed an amazing skid pad value of 0.95 lateral g (200 ft) and 0.98 lateral g (300 ft). The Supra also featured a 4-channel, 4-sensor, yaw control, and track tuning ABS system. In this system, each caliper has a sensor and the brakes are individually controlled according to the speed, angle and slope of the approaching corner.

Models in Toyota Supra A80 JDM Car:

Year From Year To Chassis
1993
2002
JZA80

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