The Toyota Supra was produced from 1979 to 2002 and went through four generations. Originally starting off as a sideline of the Celica, and largely being based on this car, it became a model in its own right when the Mk3 arrived in 1982.
All versions have featured six-cylinder power, the final Mk4 version getting twin turbochargers to push power up to 326bhp in the UK. This model arrived in 1993, costing £40,000 but featuring the performance to scare Porsche 928 drivers.
Toyota gave up with the Supra after the Mk4 version and slowly moved away from sleek high-performance GTs. The Lexus LFA, however, arguably rekindles the flame, albeit with a price tag of £343,000.