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The Toyota Supra is a 2-door sports car/grand tourer produced and manufactured by the Japanese car company Toyota from 1979 to 2002. It is one of the few performance coupes that Toyota produces, along with the Celica, which is the vehicle the Supra is based on. The Supra's design would remain similar to the Celica's until mid-1986, when the Supra (in it's 3rd generation model, the Mark/MKIII) became it's own model and would no longer bear resemblance to the Celica. The Supra was also based on it's predecessor, the Toyota 2000GT, as it has an engine similar to that of the 2000GT. This engine would be on the first 3 generations of the car.

In 2018, Toyota launched a revival of the nameplate, sold under the "Gazoo Racing" (GR) brand; the car began sales the following year, with styling loosely based on the Toyota FT-1.

At least one Toyota Supra appeared in every Gran Turismo game so far, excluding Gran Turismo HD Concept and Gran Turismo 5 Prologue.

The Supra in Gran Turismo[]

Gran Turismo[]



GT Concept[]

GT4 Prologue[]





GT Sport[]

(*) Denotes a car that needs to be unlocked via a race or license

(**) Denotes a special colored version of a car that needs to be unlock via a race

[R] Denotes a racing car

(S) Denotes a Standard Car (GT5 Only)

(P) Denotes a Premium Car (GT5 Only)

(Simple) Denotes a Simple Car (GT6 only)

(Detailed) Denotes a Detailed Car (GT6 only)


Third generation[]

Fourth generation[]

Fifth generation[]


  • The Supra is a very iconic vehicle, as it has appeared in numerous video games, movies, music videos and TV shows. Out of the many notable appearances in the media, Gran Turismo is one of them.
  • The Mark IV Supra is the most well-known and most common Supra.
  • To commemorate the launch of the GR Supra, Toyota and Polyphony Digital held an one-make online racing series called the GR Supra GT Cup, accessible from Gran Turismo Sport's Sport Mode feature. The championship was held in 2019 and 2020; for 2021, it became the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup, featuring other Toyota cars.
    • In 2020, a separate GR Supra GT Cup was held for Philippine players, who would be otherwise be disqualified if they qualified from the tournament using the Sport Mode competition due to lack of Philippine region PlayStation Store. The competition uses Open Lobby interface, hosted by an PSN account owned by Toyota Motor Philippines.[1]