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…
It’s 2017 and the number of cars that come with a manual transmission is falling by the wayside. There’s also a new Toyota Supra coming—which will most likely only have an automatic. You didn’t think there would be a manual offering, did you? Oh, you did. That’s sweet.
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.
For many people, the idea of going back to the mid ‘90s is a nightmare of big pants, cellphones the size of burritos, and a never-ending invasion of AOL CDs. The one great exception is likely the old ‘90s Toyota lineup, which boasted a family of three interesting sports cars. Now there’s hints that this best part of…
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…
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 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.
“Well, that didn’t go as planned.” Jay from Real Street says as he hopes his 1500 horsepower beast of a drag-racing Supra isn’t on fire in this video. Fortunately, driver Jay is calm incarnate and delivers the best rolling commentary of a fire ever. “Are you on fire right now?” Jay asks. “I hope you’re not on fire.”
There may be a new Toyota Supra! There may always be a new Supra around, in fact, something we’ve been dreaming about ever since the last one rolled off the Motomachi line in 1998, a rumor with as much lasting power as the one of a mid-engined Corvette. Someday these two majestic creatures will arise from our fevered…
Toyota’s given up on both the Celica and Supra these days. The used market means you can still have them, and in fact today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender is both! Let’s see if its two-models-for-one-price makes it the ultimate single-car package-deal.
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…
BMW and Toyota have been collaborating on what has long been rumored to be a new sports car for each brand. Well it’s been three years since they started working together, and it turns out Toyota hasn’t decided whether or not to actually go into production.
Today’s wallpaper comes to us courtesy of Nikhil Nachappa, who shot this FT-1 at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. Nachappa told us, “I won the photo contest for the concept cars category with this photo.” It’s easy to see why!