Ten reasons we need a new Toyota Supra
The MkIV Supra was just so good. Here's what a new one would have to live up to
Posted: 16 Jan 2014
Unlike it's Japanese hyperloon contemporaries (Nissan Skyline, Honda NSX), there weren't any four-wheel drive or four-wheel steer gimmicks to be seen. It followed page one, chapter one of the petrosexual guidebook to the letter - engine in the front, gearbox in the middle, and driven wheels at the back. Making sure it didn't end up smeared along a bus stop was entirely down to the soft, fleshy bit in-between the steering wheel and seat.