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Soarer fans around the world pool their experience in Soarer World.

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Soarer Models Summarised

Soarer Mk4 - 2001-Present day

The current Soarer (Z40) 430 SCV is exclusively a hardtop convertible. Chief engineer for the new Soarer project, Yasushi Nakagawa, was given the design goals of making an all weather convertible, with beauty and style regardless of the roof being open or closed, and to follow the philosophy of Soarer production by making the most beautiful coupe for its time and generation. In Japan the new Soarer was promoted as the 'Jewel of Prestige Convertible'. For the world market it was called the Lexus SC430.
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Soarer SC430

 
Soarer Production History

How do you tell the true age of your 'new' Soarer ? You cannot trust the date of its registration in a country outside Japan, and car sellers often make wild claims about the age of their Soarers.

There's only one reliable method of checking your Mk 3 or Mk 4 Soarer's age - by looking up its serial number in our Production History tables.

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Soarer World Gallery

Here is the place for all our members to show off their cars.

As a registered user of the Soarer World forum, you will get your own gallery section where you can add photos and list all your modifications to your Soarer.

It's a great way to keep your fellow Soarer owners updated on your progress.

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Soarer Mk3 - 1991-2001

This all-new Toyota Soarer (Z30) was launched in 1991 with boldly executed styling from the famous Calty Design Studios in California, USA. Available with a 4.0-litre 1UZ-FE V8 engine, also used in the Celsior, and a 2.5-litre twin turbo 1JZ-GTE engine, the Soarer forged new ground with its fine balance of luxury and sporty performance. Later models were also produced with the 3.0-litre 2JZ-GE engine. This third generation Soarer was also the first to be sold outside Japan - badged for the US market as the Lexus SC400 and Lexus SC300. It was also the first production car to feature 'active controlled suspension', in the UZZ32 version. The luxury specification through the range also included items  such as air suspension, TEMS, a touch screen display and a camera in the rear spoiler to aid reversing.
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Soarer Mk3

 
Soarer World Registry

Here at Soarer World we are trying to keep an accurate list of as many Soarers as possible Worldwide!

To do this we need your help. Please email us, using the "Contact us" page, with all the details of your Soarer. Please include details like, owners name, date purchased, colour, chassis number, modifications etc. Then look out for your car to be added to the list!

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Soarer World Car Sales

Here on Soarer World you can buy a Soarer or sell your Soarer in our Car Sales section.

For a very small charge, you can advertise your car with unlimited pictures and text and reach interested buyers worldwide!

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Soarer Mk2 - 1986-1991

The second generation Toyota Soarer (Z20) introduced in 1986 features an eye-appealing rounded form with its flush surface canopy design. A landmark vehicle that gave birth to Toyota's prestige car category. It was also the first model to feature an electronic retractable metal roof. The car was available with several different engine configurations through its production history, including the 2.0-litre 1G-GEU, the 2.0-litre turbo engined 1G-GTEU and the 3.0-litre 7M-GTEU (also used in the Mark III Supra). The car also featured the Toyota Electronic Modulated Suspension (TEMS) and air suspension on the top of the range models.

Soarer Mk2

 

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Soarer Mk1 -  1981-1986

The Soarer was named to evoke an image of effortless soaring with the wind. Toyota's new luxury 2-door coupe, the Z10, was based on the EX-8 prototype shown at the Osaka International Motor Show held in November 1980.  The Soarer featured the first inline straight 6 DOHC engine since the Toyota 2000GT.  The first incarnation of the Soarer brand gained immense popularity as a luxury GT in its home market of Japan. Top of the range was the 2.8ltr GT-Limited with the 5M-GEU engine capable of 175hp. Other models included the 125 bhp 2.0ltr single overhead cam 1G-EU and the 145bhp M-TEU turbo.

Soarer Mk1

 

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