35 years ago, Toyota split the Celica and Supra, creating a Japanese competitor to the American pony cars. After a 17-year hiatus, the new Supra is getting a 35th-anniversary model to celebrate the occasion. Two trims are offered: The turbocharged four SZ-R, making 255 horsepower, while the RZ gets a turbocharged 3-liter inline-six making 382 horsepower. The SZ-R comes in several colors, including the new Lightning Yellow. Red brake calipers, Alcantara interior, and matte black side mirrors complete the package. RZ buyers get one choice — Matt Storm Gray Metallic with a contrasting red leather interior. Both cars come with commemorative badging and will be limited to 35 units each.