Most likely, when you think of sports cars, Toyota is not the first company that you think about. But the Japanese car company has made some pretty good models of vehicles in its time, many of which like the Toyota Supra have become a favorite among petrol heads in the world. If you are interested in knowing more about Toyota sports cars, then read on and get the full list of these rides.
The Toyota Supra
Toyota Supra is the finest venture of Toyota company into the field of sports cars to date. The 1978 model of the Supra took the market by surprise with its performance, but this was overridden by the 1986 model that actually made a great impression on sports cars enthusiasts . The latter model had six-cylinder engines 320 hp and 3-liter engine. Supra an enthusiast might be interested to know that the newest model is on the horizon.
You might be wondering why the LFA is included in this list because it was not by any means an imagination at the Toyota, but what you are missing out on is that the Lexus was actually produced by the Toyota Corporation. This beast of a machine is extremely fantastic and features a 4.8 liter V10 engine and an impressive 522 hp. It is more expensive than the average Toyota, but it sweeps the floor with most of them too- with the only reason it did not take the top spot is that technically it is not a Toyota at all.
The S800 was the first sports car that Toyota produced. The car had a 0.8 liter engine, boasting two cylinders and 44 hp. This car excelled despite these features because it has a lightweight construction, weighing around 1,300 pounds which mean that it could handle high speeds effortlessly. It also paved the way for the sportier Toyota designs of today.
Toyota Mechanics who know their job will tell you that the GT-One is the real feat of engineering design. The race car, which was completely road legal was the perfect vehicle for those who love speed and want a vehicle that matches up to some of their favorite race cars. It features a V8 engine with 600 hp and the ability to travel a mile within 44 seconds.
The Toyota 2000GT
The 2000GT was one of the most attractive sports vehicles produced by Toyota in 1967. The car features a 6-cylinder 2000 CC engine and weighs 25000 lbs.
The 1986 Toyota Celia was the first ride to be all-wheel turbocharged making it the best to have the name. It featured a four-cylinder engine and 190 hp which was later improved to 251 hp in the late 90s which made it shine.