1990 Toyota Supra

For 1990, around 6,419 examples of the Toyota Supra was exported to North America. Model year changes included larger protective laminate in front of rear wheels, redesigned steering wheel with cruise control moved to a stalk on the right side, and the memory lever on the steering column was removed. An airbag and airbag indicator light was added to the dash. The left side switch panel was redesigned, replacing one of the coin slots with the dimmer. The lower dash panel was now a two piece design.

Sales of the N.A. Supra had fallen, from over 33,000 examples in 1986, to 14,544 in 1989. 1990 ad 1991 continued this downward trend, and in 1992 just 1,193 examples were exported to North America. A new, redesigned Supra was introduced in 1993 and would remain in production until 2002.


By Daniel Vaughan | Oct 2017

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Concepts by Toyota

Toyota Monthly Sales Volume

May 2019
197,637
April 2019
162,506
March 2019
185,696
February 2019
152,626
January 2019
138,601
December 2018
185,386
November 2018
163,977
October 2018
168,386
September 2018
178,501
August 2018
194,433
July 2018
183,367
June 2018
185,852
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