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10 Coolest Japanese Cars Ever Built


Toyota Supra

The Toyota Supra was the spiritual successor to the iconic 2000GT, and it held the position as the brand’s resident sports car rather well. The Supra began life in 1978 as the Celica Supra, but this generation wasn’t overly impressive. In 1987, however, Toyota introduced the first turbocharged Supra, which pumped out 230 horsepower, thereby lighting the fuse on its soon-to-explode bomb of popularity.

By the time the final-generation Supra was upon us, it topped out at an incredible 320 horsepower and made auto enthusiasts everywhere drool.


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