Toyota's best known performance car was originally derived from the Celica. Always offering an inline six cylinder engine, the Supra became the central product of Toyota's sporting image. Pop-up headlights were the required style for sporty vehicles in the 1980s. Rear wheel drive combined with powerful turbo and normally aspirated engines meant the Toyota Supra parts had the chops to challenge the world's greatest sports cars. The final Supra offered a twin-turbo straight six engine in response to other twin-turbo cars like the Nissan 300ZX, Mazda Rx7 and Mitsubishi 3000GT. Production continued until 2002 by US sales stopped in 1998. By that year, the Supra was too expensive and the market for luxury performance cars was shrinking fast.