The Toyota Supra is a grand tourer and sports car by the Japanese automaker Toyota. The original Supra, despite being longer and wider, was derived from the iconic Toyota Celica. The first Supra not linked to the Toyota Celica was the Supra A70, which can be considered both the first and the third generation.
The Supra discontinued its production in 2002, although Toyota spent a decade publishing prototype concepts of new models at multiple motor shows. During this time, Toyota also had a difficult time keeping the name alive while not being on the market. Finally, a new Supra prototype was shown at the GoodWood Festival of Speed. This version, based on the Toyota FT1, was developed with BMW to share production costs. It shares mosts of its elements and platform with the BMW Z4. The Supra V or GR, created on the BMW CLAR platform, went on sale in March 2019. In total, there have been a total of five generations of the Supra throughout history.
Toyota Supra. Timing Belt or Timing Chain?
Down below you will see a list with all Toyota Supra models which have been produced so far. They are classified by model identifier, year and type of bodywork. Above each list, we show you a series of pictures so that you can have a visual reference for each model. In some cases, both the original and its updated design are displayed to help you identify them with ease.
In this guide you will find all Toyota Supra.
■ Timing Belt / Cam Belt (Correa / Faja de Distribución)
■ Timing Chain (Cadena de Distribución / Cadena de Tiempo)
■ Gear Driven (Distribución por Engranajes)
■ 100% Electric, No Timing (Sin Distribución)
■ Unknown / Not Updated (Información desconocida)
If a car model is specified in blue, it means its motor engine has a timing chain; that is, it has no timing belt. The rest of the vehicles marked in grey have a timing belt/cam belt.
Toyota Supra III – Third Generation (A70) (1986)
Coupé (JZA70, GA70, MA70)
There are no diesel engines in the Toyota Supra 3 Gen.
- 1G-GTEU 2.0 i Bi-Turbo (MA70_) 208 CV (1989 – 1993)
- 1JZ-GTE 2.5 i Bi-Turbo (MA70_) 280 CV (1990 – 1993)
- 7M-GE 3.0 (MA70_) 190 CV (1986 -1993)
- 7M-GE 3.0 24V (MA70_) 204 CV (1986 – 1988)
- 7M-GTE 3.0 Turbo (MA70_) 235 CV (1987 – 1993)
- 7M-GTE 3.0 Turbo (MA70_) 238 CV (1988 – 1993)
Toyota Supra IV – Forth Generation (A80) (1993)
There are no diesel engines in the Toyota Supra 4 Gen.
- 2JZ-GE 3.0 (JZA80_) 223 CV (1993 – 2002)
- 2JZ-GE 3.0 i (JZA80_) 228 CV (1993 – 2002)
- 2JZ-GTE 3.0 i Bi-Turbo (JZA80_) 286 CV (1993 – 2002)
- 2JZ-GTE 3.0 i Bi-Turbo (JZA80_) 326 CV (1994 – 2002)
- 2JZ-GTE 3.0 i Bi-Turbo (JZA80_) 330 CV (1993 – 2002)
Toyota Supra V – Fifth Generation (J29) (2019)
There are no diesel engines in the Toyota Supra 5 Gen.
- B58B30C 3.0 GR (DB41, DB42) 340 CV (2019)