Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Supra is said to be a two-owner car. Will its desirable specs make you want to be number three? Or, will its price scare you off?
If you’ve been drowning out the sound of your own tears with Katy Perry’s “The One That Got Away” since one of the auto industry’s most iconic cars, a nearly perfect 1994 Toyota Supra with under 5,700 miles on it, sold to someone else last month, you’ll be happy to hear it’s available again. The sale fell through.
We don’t know much about the new Toyota Supra, since the racing version of it debuted in March with a funky livery and approximately zero performance stats. Will it make 50 horsepower or 500? Who knows! But with its Gran Turismo Sport debut, we at least know that the virtual version will be powered by 591 horses.
If anything could challenge the mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette for the “Most Speculated About” award in the automotive industry, it’s talk of a new Toyota Supra. And now that the new Supra is here, kind of, its lead engineer wants to apologize to everyone for taking so long to bring the famous car back.
You guys. I’m so salty over the new Toyota Supra reveal. We didn’t get the real thing, so we didn’t get any specs. We only got a race car, and a concept one at that. WHATEVER. IT’S FINE. At least I have this Toyota promotional video to cheer me up, where you can see the car without the stickers on it.
We’ve spent years wondering when the new Toyota Supra will finally come out. YEARS! At this point, the idea of a new Supra is older than the junior high kids who need to stay off my lawn. Now a spokesperson for Toyota’s British arm says we’ll have to wait another year to see the production version. Ugh.
We’ve been waiting too long for a new Toyota Supra to fill our dreams with visions of Texas Mile domination. Today, we finally saw the Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept, which is the closest thing to a real-life new Supra we’ve seen to date. But how much will the production version cost?
To our mild disappointment and irritation, Toyota didn’t show us the production Supra today during the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. What we got instead was a the Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept, which is cool! But it’s still not the new Supra, a car that has some pretty massive shoes to fill when it finally gets around to…
It’s not every day a new Toyota Supra comes out. But we got one today at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, and it’s looking pretty good, if a little… racecar-y. But at the presser, audiences were told that this concept was a clear signal of intent to build a real, honest-to-God Supra for the road.
Meet the new Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept, the race-concept version of what the production Toyota Supra will be. No, it’s not the production version, but it’s our closest official look yet of what’s to come.
There’s good reason why we’re so impatient about the release of a new Toyota Supra: the original was really, truly legendary. So when Formula Drift driver Frederic Aasbø and two-time Gatebil Super 3 champion Tor-Anders Ringnes get their hands on a pair of Supras to drift on ice, you have to watch.
Oh, hey, who’s in the mood for some Toyota Supra news? Because Toyota just tweeted out this photo and we’ve got some questions.
Look, if you’re the sort of person that can’t bear for people to see you tearing up a little then best move on to another story. Because I’m not going to lie to you, this is a tale made of highly potent industrial-grade hartwarmium. It’s about the love and loss of a 1985 Toyota Supra, and the love and determination of…
Few things are as wild as they seem—looking at you, vinyl-wrapped enthusiast cars on Craigslist that end up being stock automatics—but this Toyota Supra is. Not only is it a V12 that’s hit 222 mph and looks like a knockoff Ferrari 488 in the front, but the owner who tuned it also got rather good at being arrested in…
Oh, hello there. I will assume that you who are reading these words right now enjoy good things in life. For instance, a certain surge of joy potentially brought on by the appearance of the new Toyota Supra at the Detroit Auto Show. Well, I’m sorry to have to tell you this, but it won’t be there. Sorry.
Just when you thought no third-generation Toyota Supra strife could match your Facebook arguments over the pros and cons of buying one, some New Jersey residents decided to use one for a bloody Halloween display in their front yard. Some neighbors say it’s great, others think it’s “too much.”
When an ad to enter a charity raffle for a fully restored twin-turbo 1994 Toyota Supra popped up on Daniel Shepard’s Facebook feed earlier this year, he put down $100 for six tickets. Shepard, and everyone else, lost the incredibly controversial raffle, but it didn’t take long for him to run into the car again.
Japan used to crank out six-cylinder sports coupes like they were going out of style. They eventually did seem to fall out of fashion, but today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Supra seems a fine example of what once was. Let’s see if its price proves equally snazzy.
You know how a small dog reacts upon getting let off of its leash near a body of water? How the dog will do that excited little run-hop thing before leaping just slightly in the air and landing on its belly? Well, a Toyota Supra did that recently—except it landed in a ditch instead of a body of water. That’s not as…