The 1997 Toyota Supra SZ-R (A80) is a coupe sports car manufactured by Toyota for the Japanese domestic market.
The A80 generation is significantly lighter than the previous A70 generation, employing the use of aluminium for the bonnet, and some suspension components, as well as a plastic fuel tank cover and a magnesium steering wheel.
Going on sale in May 1993 as the fourth generation (A80) Supra, it was only fitted with a 3.0-litre inline-six but was offered as either naturally aspirated (2JZ-GE) or twin-turbocharged (2JZ-GTE), and was available with a hard top or a removeable targa top referred to as the "Aerotop".
Although naturally aspirated, it is fitted with a specifically designed intake system teamed with a split exhaust to reduce back pressure applied to the engine, and was also offered with either a 5-speed or 6-speed manual gearbox.
As part of the naturally aspirated "SZ-R" and "SZ" trims, it is fitted with a anti-lock braking system (ABS) for all four wheels, with 17-inch calipers and a linear G-sensor ABS system offered as options, although only the "SZ" could be optioned with a targa roof and 4-speed automatic gearbox between May 1993 to August 1999.
Similar options were offered as part of twin-turbocharged "GZ", "RZ", and "RZ-S" trim packages.
Need for Speed (2015)
The Supra SZ-R (1997) can be purchased for 20,700 in Need for Speed (2015).
|0 - 60 mph||1/4 Mile||Top Speed||Power|
|Stock||06.63 seconds||15.00 seconds @ 98 mph (158 km/h)||155 mph (249 km/h)||222 hp|
|Fully Upgraded||02.43 seconds||09.23 seconds @ 166 mph (267 km/h)||227 mph (365 km/h)||1,099 hp|
|Celica||GT-S '03 (T230)|
|Corolla||GT-S '86 (AE86)|
|Land Cruiser||Wagon '79 (J55)|
|MR2||Turbo Rev. 3 '92 (W20)|
|Sprinter||GT Apex '86 (AE86)|
|Supra||'96 (S1) (A80) · '98 (S2) (A80) · RZ-S '02 (S2) (A80) · SZ-R '97 (S2) (A80) · Turbo '94 (S1) (A80) · Turbo '98 (A80) · Turbo Targa '98 (A80)|