A Japanese magazine seems to have published a two-page spread of what looks like the new Toyota Supra, done up in the livery of its Gazoo Racing arm. It’s hard to say if this is legit at this point! We still haven’t seen the real Supra yet, but it’s existed in mule and leak form for so long we basically know what it…
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…
Oh, silly BMW-Supra. You can try and disguise yourself all you want, but you know, deep down, that we see you. And you also know that you secretly love it, don’t you? Don’t you? You know you do.
There’s really a lot that we don’t know about the upcoming BMW/Toyota Supra/Z-number sports car project. Engine, transmission, styling—we have good ideas, but no definites. To this list of uncertainties we add: some cool-as-hell taillights.
The best Toyota Supra was actually a Celica.
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…
So we didn’t get a new Toyota Supra at any of the auto shows in 2017, and it doesn’t appear to be coming to the Detroit show next month either. At this point I’m all but convinced it exists only internally so Toyota employees can rip burnouts as a stress-relief exercise. But! Something interesting and unexpected is…
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.
In the sea of crossovers and bad branding that is this year’s LA Auto Show, we had hope of something more—a new Toyota Supra, maybe, a car for people who like cars for their soul rather than for their convenience. But, since everything is bad, we learned instead that the new Supra may not be called the “Supra.”
Hello. This post is here to serve notice that the new Toyota Supra, a hotly anticipated sports coupe that definitely exists (?) somewhere (???) is not present at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.
YouTube videos of 1,000 horsepower cars and memes from Fast & Furious movies have clouded our memory of how the last Toyota Supra became the icon that it is. Here’s what the car was like before all of that mythologizing, before it became one of the Holy Grails of tuning.
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.”
I get it. When you’re the biggest car manufacturer in the world and there’s a motor show on your home turf, you have to show everyone that you can innovate and are leading the pack with future technologies. And that’s what Toyota did at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, but it leaves us with one glaring omission we’re all…
Look! It’s the new Toyota Supra (or whatever they’re calling it) running around Tokyo. Our man in Japan Ken Saito caught this the other day. Word is we’ll see the real thing at the Tokyo Motor Show at the end of this month.
For just $750 a day, you can either go to jail or or die in a twin-turbo MKIV Toyota Supra with the power cranked all the way to eleven—hundred. Turo user Pernell decided to let anyone with internet and money rent this badass beast.
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.
The new Toyota Supra: What’s the deal? Where is it? We’ve seen that camo’d mule running around now since people could still tolerate Taylor Swift, and yet no concept or production car has surfaced. All speculation about its future aside, we know where it’s been lately: chilling in Italy with some BMWs.
Its platform-mate, the BMW Z4, dropped this weekend at Pebble Beach. But where is the new Toyota Supra? It’s out there, away from the glitz and glamour of the Concours, running around with the people, on actual city streets. Just covered in camo. Still.