There are many good reasons to take your car to a track. It’s safe, it’s easy, and the odds are low that you’ll crash into a house. One modded Toyota Supra owner learned that lesson the hard way.
Yes, that mysterious BMW-Toyota sports car joint production is still happening. Now we know who might be building it.
The internet sure can suck sometimes. First, it turns every moderately clickbaity video into an opportunity for a goatse or rickroll, and now it has raised prices on the MKIV Toyota Supra to such a degree that it’s completely unattainable for people that work for a living. Bravo. Thankfully, here are four cars that…
Why is it the Russians always seem to have all the good, crazy ideas?
If there’s any way to prove you have a sense of humor, it’s to name your drift crew from Latvia and Russia “Evil Empire.” And if there’s any way to prove you have a sense for the dramatic, it’s to shred right through the middle of St. Petersburg.
This is the way everyone should come into the world.
I have to admit it: I’ve kind of always wanted one of these things.
As it turns out, it’s very easy to roast your rear tires when you stick a Viper V10 into a Toyota Supra. And then turbo it.
Say, what’s going on with that BMW-Toyota joint sports car project that’s been in the works since 2012? It’s apparently chugging along as both companies figure out exactly what they want to get out of it. According to a new report, that could mean different sized sports cars for each brand.
Toyota built a Group A Mk III Supra and ran it in the toughest World Rally Championship event on the planet! Here is the car's very much forgotten story.
The Aston Martin DB7 is one of the prettiest cars on the planet. But the power under the hood doesn't necessarily match the beauty on the outside. Well one Canadian has decided to merge his Aston Martin's beauty with the power of the Toyota Supra's 2JZ-GTE. This is brilliant.
This MKIV Toyota Supra certainly has enough stickers to be fast. But no matter how hard it kicks and screams and smokes its tires, the mighty G-Wagen just seems to casually haul it home like a bratty little kid.
I'm just going to start calling this thing the BMW Supra because I'm tired of typing "upcoming Toyota/BMW sports car joint venture" all the damn time. Anyway, little remains known about the car, but one of the biggest questions is its price tag.
What's going on with that Toyota-BMW sports car joint venture, long rumored to spawn the next BMW Z4 and Toyota Supra? It feels like it's been in the works longer than the next Dr. Dre album, but today we got some news: it's moving forward, for reals.
With its legendary twin-turbo 2JZ inline-six, the Mark IV Toyota Supra was quick out of the box, and could also make supercar smashing power with a few mods. But finding bone stock cars in good condition can be a challenge. Is this 60,000 mile, 6-speed, targa the one?
A 6.05 second quarter mile at 240 mph with a 2JZ inline six engine. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the world's fastest Toyota Supra.
"Look at Dave, driving that perfectly pristine 1990 Toyota Supra Turbo," your jealous ex-girlfriend will say of you, assuming you buy this car and your name is Dave. "I should have married him instead. Now I'll never be truly happy in life."
From Car Buying: In the mid '90s, Toyota released a full-fledged GT car for the masses — a top of the line, analog masterpiece that not only took the world by storm, but became a staple in the auto community as the standard in World Beaters. It's the Toyota Supra, and here are some reasons you should own one.
The announcement of the BMW-Toyota partnership has been as perplexing as it is exciting. Nothing solid has come of the deal yet, but it's supplied the world with scores of crazy rumors. But a new report in Nikkei Asia Review may be the most solid one yet. It also heralds the return of the Toyota Supra.