1995 Toyota Supra on 2040-cars
Tucson, Arizona, United States
1995 TOYOTA SUPRA TURBO. THE CAR IS AN ORIGINAL 6 SPEED CAR BUT HAS BEEN CONVERTED TO AN AUTO.
- ORIGINAL 6 SPEED CAR
- PAINTED GTR WHITE WITH BLACK INTERIOR AND CARBON FIBER
- FULLY BUILT 3.4 STROKER KIT WITH 78MM TWIN SCROLL TURBO
- TURBO 400 TRANS
- 2 RING AND PINION SETS 1 FOR DRAG 1 FOR ROLL RACING
- 18" HRE WHEELS FOR THE STREET
- 15" BOGARTS FOR THE STRIP
- RUNS ON C16 VP FUEL
- FILLED BLOCK FOR STRENGTH
- SPARCO STEERING WHEEL -W- QUICK RELEASE HUB
- NITROUS EXPRESS N20 KIT
- 10LB CARBON FIBER N20 BOTTLE
- TRD RACE DIFF
- N/A BRAKES FOR 15" WHEELS
- TURBO BRAKES INCLUDED
- COMPLETE UNDERCARRIAGE HAS BEEN FORTIFIED AND HAS WIND RESISTANCE STABILITY AND SPEED
- SIMPSON 4 POINT CAM LOCK HARNESSES
- MOTEC C125
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Auto blogSat, 12 May 2012
Kei cars may be small in size, but they're big business in Japan. The latest arrival to the category is the little hatch you see above, the Toyota Pixis Epoch.
It's the fourth vehicle produced by the Daihatsu division but sold under the Toyota brand. As with other keis, power comes from a 660cc engine. It's mated to a continuously variable transmission driving either just the front wheels or all four. In both configurations, the Pixis Epoch features a stop-start system that helps its emissions and fuel efficiency figures come in well below even the Japanese government's stringent standards.
The whole package measures just 3,395 mm (133 inches) long, 1,475 mm (58 inches) wide and 1,500 mm (59 inches) tall, but offers a relatively spacious and utile interior, plus a tight turning radius of just 4.4 meters. Pricing ranges from 795,000 to 1.2 million yen - that's less than $10,000 (and no more than $15k). Further details in the press release after the jump.
After going online in 2006, Toyota's San Antonio, Texas truck plant has just built its one-millionth vehicle, the 2014 Tundra 1794 Edition you see above. The plant originally focused on just the Tundra pickup, but the smaller Tacoma started rolling off the line there in 2010, as well.
Fittingly, the 1794 Edition (a new premium trim level for 2014) pays homage to the property on which the Toyota plant now resides - a ranch that was founded in 1794. Scroll down for the official press release for the plant's milestone, and be sure to check out the full gallery of Tundra 1794 Edition images as well.
Toyota has announced pricing details for its refreshed 2014 Tundra, with the fullsize pickup offered in five grades. Naturally, that doesn't include the buyer's choice of three cab styles, the option of two- or four-wheel drive, and a choice of a 4.0-liter V6 base engine or 4.6-liter and 5.7-liter V8s.
The base SR starts at $25,920, while the volume SR5 model starts at $29,465. Toyota notes that all SR5s ordered with the big V8 hold the line on pricing from 2013 while including a further $650 in standard equipment. The first of three high-end trims, Limited, starts at $36,940, while the Platinum and 1794 Edition both start at $44,270, with all prices subject to a $995 destination charge. Also noteworthy on the cost-savings front, Limited CrewMax 4x4 models are priced $2,000 less than their 2013 equivalents, (4x2 buyers save $1,900).
As is typical for a model as as customizable as a pickup, Toyota's pricing structure is far from simple. Adding the 5.7-liter V8 at one trim level can cost several hundred dollars more or less than another trim level - the same goes for adding four-wheel drive. So, rather than break out the Enigma Machine to try and decipher what options cost what on which trim, we've just rolled the whole pricing chart in. Scroll down for a look, including Toyota's full press release, and then check out our recent First Drive feature of the truck.