2002年 エッソウルトラフロー スープラ
Since first appearing in 1995, Toyota has raced the JZA80 Supra as a GT500 race car in the JGTC series. Beginning with a four-cylinder 2.1-liter turbocharged 4T-GTE mounted onto a stock bodyshell with wide arch body kit and spoiler.
Over the years, as demands for expensive GT1 race specials became common, the JGTC regulation drifted away from FIA rules, as a result, the Supra has progressively underwent numerous changes over the years, most noticeable, the numerous body changes and by the late 1990s, the Supra used a developed version of the 3SG, which was developed from the IMSA engine and similar to the 3SGTE engine found in the Toyota Corolla WRC car. By the early 2000s, for the benefit of torque, the Supra moved on to 3UZ-FE V8 engine.
Altogether, the Supra has taken the title four times in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005. Despite being out of production since 2002, factory teams continued to use JZA80 Supras with continued successes. The car's swansong competitive year was in 2006, when it was used by Toyota Team Tsuchiya and Toyota Team SARD, since then, the Supra has since being replaced by the Lexus SC.
トヨタ スープラ JZA80 GT500 Volk | Toyota JZA80 GT500 Volk
2005年 ZENT セルモ スープラ Since first appearing in 1995, Toyota has raced the JZA80 Supra as a ...
トヨタ スープラ JZA80 GT500 ENKEI A | Toyota JZA80 GT500 ENKEI A
ECLIPSE ADVAN スープラ Since first appearing in 1995, Toyota has raced the JZA80 Supra as a GT50 ...
トヨタ スープラ JZA80 GT500 ENKEI B | Toyota JZA80 GT500 ENKEI B
DYNACITY（OPEN INTERFACE）トムススープラ Since first appearing in 1995, Toyota has raced the JZA ...
|最高出力||485 bhp (492 PS)||最大トルク||617 Nm|
|最高速度||279 km/h||加速性能||5.6s 0-100|
|車両重量||1100 kg||パワーウェイトレシオ||2.27 kg/hp|
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