The new 2020 Supra might be getting all the attention right now, but Toyota hasn't forgotten about its past sports cars. , the automaker will soon offer OEM replacement parts for both the A70 (Mk III) and A80 (Mk IV) Supra.
The news was revealed at the Japanese launch of the new Supra by none other than Shigeki Tomoyama, head of Gazoo Racing, Toyota's motorsport division. "We can not answer about specific parts at this time, but we will make every effort to meet the expectations of owners," .
This isn't the first time we've seen a Japanese manufacturer offer new parts for its old performance models. Nissan recently launched a similar program for vintage Skyline GT-Rs, offering things such as body panels, wiring harnesses, glass pieces, and even RB26 engine blocks. So it makes sense to see something similar from Toyota. How cool would it be to buy a new 2JZ straight from the factory in 2019? Let's pray that this is part of Toyota's plan.