Toyota Celica Supra
For those customers who found the standard Celica not agile or powerful enough, Toyota introduced the 1978 model year Celica Supra with a cool-looking hatchback body style and a six-cylinder engine powering the rear wheels (via Car and Driver).
The main engine for the Celica Supra was a 2.5-liter straight six with 110 HP, but for those who wanted more power, the 3.0-liter with 116 HP was also available. Despite the fact it wasn’t anything special in terms of output, the Celica Supra had sharp handling and an optional limited-slip differential which helped drifting and spirited driving. The model proved popular and the Supra later evolved into a separate model.