You know how BMW is, in almost certainty, developing its next sporty roadster alongside development of the new Supra with Toyota, right? In all of that will they, won’t they—wait, are they?—commotion, the BMW somehow started being labeled the ‘Z5' as an assumed progression from the previous Z4. Well that’d made too…
“Two-jay-zee engine, no shit... This will decimate all,” Jesse said in the original Fast and Furious movie after criticizing the hideous junkyard-grade Toyota Supra that was just towed into the shop. In the hands of the right tuners, decimation is what the Supra was all about. Understanding why requires us to look at…
After hearing “The Legend Of The Unrecoverable Supra,” Alexi from Japanese car-culture website Noriyaro searched the mountains of Japan and actually tracked down the fabled abandoned A70 Toyota Supra. What he found would break any JDM-enthusiast’s heart.
Hoonigan hosted a Supra Club Day recently with an unbelievable collection of Supras, and as one does at a place called the “Donut Garage,” they killed some tires. If you love Supras, prepare to go nuts. This video has more Supras than I’ve ever seen in my life, much less in one place at the same time.
To raise funds for a Texas nonprofit helping women and children, a Toyota dealership held a raffle for a restored twin-turbo 1994 Toyota Supra. But when they announced the results, it didn’t take long for people to realize the winner was the general sales manager’s wife. Now, the dealership taking a ton of heat.
Here’s a suggestion for your next wine tasting: bring a tastefully tuned Supra. The fireballs belched from a Supra’s turbocharged 2JZ will dispose of any glasses you didn’t like in no time, and become the centerpiece of any sophisticated get-together.
Look, we’re all wondering what the 2018 Toyota Supra will look like, scrutinizing the pictures of the camouflaged test mules and commissioning renderings with money from a paper route we took just for this purpose. Sometimes this eagerness makes us do foolish things. Things like our friends at Motor1…
Are you an L-Type person or a P-Type person?
Why the hell isn’t the new Toyota Supra/BMW Z5 out yet? I feel like these camo’d mules have been around so long now they’re old enough to buy their own cigarettes. Anyway, the car really is real, for real, and here’s the BMW version (presumably) playing on a frozen lake.
The word “Gazoo,” from what I can tell, means one of two things to people: a floating green alien who was friends with a fictional caveman, or the name of Toyota’s official factory racing team. But I think this report from Autocar is really stretching when it says the new Supra will form the basis of a new Gazoo…
Last week we mourned the death of the V6 Ford Mustang, one of the all-time great accessible enthusiast cars. The Mustang has a long and rich history of six-cylinder motors, all the way back to inline sixes in the original one. That’s why Beau Miklethun’s 2JZ-swapped Mustang is shockingly appropriate.
The Toyota Supra has ascended to sheer unobtainium status in the used car market in less time than anyone imagined. However, the fact remains that there should, in theory, be a fair few that are in need of work and able to be had for a song. The question is, where the hell are they?
Could this be the return of the cool stoplight-style taillights from the old Supra? The latest spy shots over at SupraMKV.com show more close-to-production flourishes we haven’t seen before, including a more pronounced proboscis, a sculpted side and a curvaceous rear end with two horizontal taillights and a ducktail…
Burnouts rule: fact. Take solid items—tires—and turn them into smoke through the joy of spinning wheels and friction. Add an anti-lag system to the mix and burnouts turn to fiery, popping madness. Let’s savor this gorgeous Toyota Supra showing off at an event at New Jersey’s Old Bridge Township Raceway.
The third-generation Toyota Supra is not a particularly beloved car, especially with an automatic transmission. Anyway, here’s one doing 196 mph.
The upcoming, much awaited Toyota Supra was captured for the first time on video entering and leaving the BMW M Test Center at the Nürburgring, and it sounds absolutely delightful.