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The BMW-Toyota Supra Project Could Spawn Different-Sized Sports Cars

Say, what’s going on with that BMW-Toyota joint sports car project that’s been in the works since 2012? It’s apparently chugging along as both companies figure out exactly what they want to get out of it. According to a new report, that could mean different sized sports cars for each brand. » 3/24/15 10:28am 3/24/15 10:28am

Five Reasons Why You Need To Buy A MKIV Toyota Supra Right Now

From Car Buying: In the mid '90s, Toyota released a full-fledged GT car for the masses — a top of the line, analog masterpiece that not only took the world by storm, but became a staple in the auto community as the standard in World Beaters. It's the Toyota Supra, and here are some reasons you should own one. » 7/15/14 2:13pm 7/15/14 2:13pm

The Toyota Supra Is Back And It's Reportedly Part BMW

The announcement of the BMW-Toyota partnership has been as perplexing as it is exciting. Nothing solid has come of the deal yet, but it's supplied the world with scores of crazy rumors. But a new report in Nikkei Asia Review may be the most solid one yet. It also heralds the return of the Toyota Supra. » 7/11/14 9:26am 7/11/14 9:26am

Did Toyota Confirm That The FT-1 Concept Is The New Supra?

We know a lot of things about the Toyota FT-1 Concept for sure. We know it was designed by the company's CALTY design studio. We know it would have 485 horses. We know it looks pretty swell. What we don't know for sure is if it is indeed the next Supra. But some people are claiming for sure that it is. » 2/09/14 10:59am 2/09/14 10:59am

Could A 367-Horsepower BMW Z5 Be The Next Toyota Supra?

We've known for some time now that Toyota and BMW are teaming up for a high-tech new sports car, but now we're seeing a few very interesting rumors eke out into the German press. Namely they're reporting a new BMW, possibly called the Z5, could share a platform with a revived Toyota Supra. Say what? » 8/30/13 12:00pm 8/30/13 12:00pm

Let's Celebrate The Mark IV Toyota Supra's 20th Birthday

The funny thing about Toyota is that every now and then an incredible performance machine pops out of their endless sea of beige cars. The 2000GT, the Celica GT-Four, the GT86 and the Lexus LFA are just a few examples. But I would argue none have ever been as lust-inducing as this: the fourth generation Supra. » 8/27/13 1:24pm 8/27/13 1:24pm