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 keenly interested in knowing more regarding the Toyota sports cars, then this article is for you.
The Toyota Supra
The Toyota Supra is undoubtedly Toyota’s finest foray into the world of sports cars to date. The Supra was first launched onto the market in 1978 and performed like a dream, but the 1986 model is the one that wowed the sports cars enthusiasts. The the great impact of the 1986b model was because of its 6-cylinder engines 320 hp and the 3–liter engine. Fans of the Supra might be interested to know that the new model will soon be here.
Most likely, you are wondering why the Lexus is on the list because it is certainly by not any stretch of the imagination at Toyota, but what you need to know is that the LFA 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. The Lexus is more costly than the average Toyota but a great ride with the only reason for it not topping the list being that it is not a Toyota at all.
The S800 was the first sports car that Toyota produced. The vehicle feature a 0.8 liter engine, boasting just 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 gave way to the sportier Toyota designs today.
The Toyota GT-One
Any Toyota mechanics who know their stuff well will confirm to you that the GT-One is the true deal of engineering design. This was a race car that was completely legal on the road, and was the perfect vehicle for speed lovers seeking a vehicle that matches up to some of their favorite race cars. The V8 features a turbocharged V8 engine with a 600 hp and a speed of 44 seconds per mile.
The Toyota 2000Gt is on this list because it was one of the most beautiful vehicles that Toyota built bask n the 1967. This vehicle featured a 6-cylinder 2000 CC engine and a lightweight construction of only 25000 lb.
The Toyota Celia
The 1986 Toyota Celia was the first ride to be all-wheel turbocharged making it the best to have the name. The vehicle at that time featured a 6-cylinder engine with 190 hp, but in the late 90s it improved to 251 hp which made it shine.