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1996 Toyota Supra RZ Mk.IV [JZA80]

1996 Toyota Supra Mk.IV [JZA80] in Inisharu D, Animation Series, 1998-2014 IMDB Ep. 5.05

Class: Cars, CoupÚ — Model origin: JP

1996 Toyota Supra RZ Mk.IV [JZA80]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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mike962 DE

2013-01-11 19:56

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BOMEX Type 4 Body Kit

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from 5.06
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mike962 DE

2013-01-11 20:22

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is this really called Mk.IV in Japan ?

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kegare JP

2013-01-11 20:24

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No.

antp BE

2013-01-14 17:14

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Even if not "called" that way by Toyota (hence why it is not in the model name), it is still often referred to using "mk", no?

mike962 DE

2014-07-20 13:37

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6.04
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Hansen Sebastian ID

2015-05-18 06:34

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The front lip doesn't say BOMEX Type 4, and the side skirts don't even say BOMEX Type 4.
The front lip is actually a BOMEX Type 2 front lip, and the side skirts are BOMEX Type 1 side steps, with an aftermarket rear under spoiler by Toyota (it's from the Supra RZ-S).

-- Last edit: 2015-08-15 19:05:15

Hansen Sebastian ID

2015-08-15 19:08

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antp wrote Even if not "called" that way by Toyota (hence why it is not in the model name), it is still often referred to using "mk", no?


Agreed. "mkX" is like a simpler equivalent to "Xth gen".

For example: Let's say you have a 1999 AP1 S2000. In here we say it as the simpler "S2000 MkI" while other sites cite it as the more complex "S2000 1st gen".

Darkfire25 US

2017-04-28 07:14

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antp wrote Even if not "called" that way by Toyota (hence why it is not in the model name), it is still often referred to using "mk", no?
The Mk. IV just means it's a 4th generation. However, it was something Americans started. Toyota has never officially adopted the usage of Mark terms for their generations. And yes, it is often used by everyone.

opal TH

2017-07-03 14:01

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Ep. 1.02/03
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