Toyota Gazoo Racing to reproduce parts for A70, A80 Supra


Toyota Gazoo Racing (GR) will reproduce genuine parts for the A70 (below) and A80 (main photo) generations of the Supra under the GR Heritage Parts Project. GR will sell the parts in Japan, North America, Europe, and other overseas countries.

"In support of customers who wish to continue driving older vehicles that are full of memories and that they truly love, the project reproduces spare parts that have been discontinued, and sells them as genuine parts, " Toyota GR explained. 


From July 1, or when preparations are complete, Toyota will gradually make reproduced parts available for purchase at Toyota dealers, in the same way as normal genuine parts, Toyota GR said.

However, it clarified that reproduced parts will be in limited production with the special cooperation of its suppliers. As a result, some parts will have limited production runs, so they will only be available for purchase for as long as stocks last. 

Part numbers and production periods will be published in the Toyota GR website ( from July 1, beginning with the parts that are ready.

In Japan, the following GR Heritage Parts for the A70 Supra will go on sale in July: clutch master cylinder, clutch release cylinder, brake hose, heater hose, and air conditioner control panel knob. 

In August 2021, the A70 Supra's front emblem to be reproduced in enamel will be available. Beyond that time, side protection mouldings, Supra rear emblem, front door garnish, and the front suspension lower arm bush can be purchased. 



For the A80 Supra, its oxygen sensor will be available in July 2021, while its front bumper cover will roll out in August, Toyota GR said. 


During its production run from 1986 to 1993, the A70 Supra was powered by various two-liter and 2.5 to three-liter turbocharged inline-six engines. These engines were paired to a four-speed auto or five-speed manual, which drive the rear wheels. 


The inline-six engines bearing the code "7M-GE" featured an engine trick called the Acoustic Control Induction System (ACIS). The feature is said to control air compression pulses inside the intake piping to increase power.

Power and torque output of such engines were rated between 200 to 230hp, and 266 to 366Nm, respectively. 

The A80 Supra led a long life from 1993 to 2002, and was the last Supra before the current A90 model

Powering the A80 Supra were three-liter inline-six engines, which were either naturally-aspirated or featured one or two turbos. The engines produced between 220 to 276hp, and 284 to 450Nm. A six-speed manual was offered alongside an automatic. 


To save on weight, the A80 Supra was said to have an aluminum hood, targa top (when fitted as an option), front crossmember, oil and transmission pans, upper suspension A-arms. 

Photos from Toyota Gazoo Racing, Toyota Global

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