This Fast and Furious-inspired Toyota Supra is selling for supercar money

This 1994 Toyota Supra is available from Bring a Trailer and it is spotless, but does it justify the 5-figure asking price?

by | Published on 26th Jan 2023

JDM sports cars are in demand right now and the market is going crazy.

This 1994 Toyota Supra, available from Bring a Trailer, is sitting at $100,000 and there are still six days to go.

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It certainly looks spotless and, more to the point, it’s the exact same colorway as the Supra that Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker / Cody Walker) used in Furious 7.

It’s finished in a bright shade of off white that Toyota calls ‘Super White’.


The interior is wrapped in black leather, which was used for the seats, the steering wheel and the door panels.

It’s no Bentley, but you still get a good stereo system with a subwoofer, climate control, power seats and power windows.

Under the hood, you’ll find a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six, delivering 320 hp and 315 lb-ft of torque.

It is the most powerful fourth-gen Supra available, so you can’t go wrong.

On the subject of power, the Supra is a fast car, even by today’s standards: 0 to 60 mph (100 km/h) is dealt with in just 4.5 seconds.

People are willing to spend crazy money on Japanese sports cars from the 1990s so the current bid ($100k) is probably a red herring.

With five days to go until the auction ends, it is guaranteed to go up.

Especially when you consider the mileage: only 11,000 miles.

Toyota Supra in Furious 7

Universal Pictures used a 1995 Toyota Supra for what is arguably the most touching scene in the franchise.

In the final sequence of Furious 7, Dominic Toretto and Brian O’Conner hit the road and share one last conversation at the stop sign.

A few miles later, there’s a fork on the road and they go their separate ways.

The scene was a tribute to Paul Walker, who died during filming in November 2013.

Universal hired Paul Walker’s brothers Cody and Caleb for the remainder of the movie, allowing the team to wrap up shooting with the help of CGI.



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