These Are The 10 Fastest Sports Cars Toyota Ever Made

From making the most reliable cars, Toyota is also popular for making high-performance cars. Here are the 10 fastest sports cars Toyota has ever made. 


Toyota is known as one of the best car makers for many reasons. They build one of the most reliable and durable cars which are made to last for decades with minimum maintenance required. Toyota cars retain their value years after their first launch in the market. But they don’t make just that, they have also perfected their craft in making fast machines. Throughout the years, Toyota has been making high-performance cars that are built for people with a high-adrenaline rush. Who doesn’t loves high-performance cars which reliable and durable? These cars are not only high on power but low on price. From the old goodies like the 2000GT to the newest cars such as the Supra and the GR Yaris, these are the fastest sports cars Toyota has ever made. 

Fastest Toyota Sports CarsTop Speed
Toyota Corolla T Sport140 MPH
Toyota GR Yaris143 MPH
Toyota GR86145 MPH
Toyota MR2 Turbo150 MPH
Toyota Celica GT-4153 MPH
Toyota Supra Mk IV155 MPH
Toyota GR Supra 2.0155 MPH
Lexus LC 500168 MPH
Lexus LFA202 MPH
Toyota GT-One236 MPH
Fastest Toyota Cars

10. Toyota Corolla T Sport – 140 MPH

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In 2002 when Volkswagen became increasingly popular for its build quality, Toyota made the Corolla 1.8 T Sport to compete with the German giant. The car packed a capable 1.8-liter naturally aspirated 189-hp engine which offered great handling and responsive driving. The Corolla T Sport had an acceleration time of 8.1 seconds and a top speed of 140 mph.

9. Toyota GR Yaris – 143 MPH

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With aggressive looks, the Toyota GR Yaris is a kind of car which is one of the best hot hatches you can buy. It is a car that looks like a normal hatch but feels like a proper sports car. The GR Yaris packs a powerful 1.6-liter 3-cylinder engine which produces a good 268 hp. With a sleek and lightweight body, the GR Yaris can achieve a top speed of 143 mph.

8. Toyota GR 86 – 145 MPH

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The Toyota GR86 has refined ride quality and agile handling. The 228 hp four-cylinder engine is enough powerful to carry out your usual day thrill. The GR86 can accelerate from 0-60 mph in less than 6.3 seconds and can achieve a top speed of 145 mph. The car is agile on corners with a fruitful amount of steering response.

7. Toyota MR 2 Turbo – 150 MPH

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The Toyota MR2s are really hard to find these days, especially the clean ones because most of them these days are heavily modified. The MR2 was created as a powerful affordable version of the Toyota race cars in the 90s. The Toyota MR2 Turbo was first created as a race car, but the company withdrew it after a while and made it as a good street-legal car. The MR2 produced a good 260 horsepower which resulted in thrilling driving. The turbo was also able to achieve a top speed of 150 mph.

6. Toyota Celica GT4

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The Celia GT4 was created as a cheaper and affordable alternative to the Ford Mustang. It was lighter, powerful, and is one of the best Toyotas ever made. The Toyota Celica GT4 came with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 200 ponies and 200 pound-feet of torque capable to achieve a top speed of 153 hp. A car that had a brief history in rally sports was meant to deliver the best driving Toyota could provide you.

5. Toyota Supra Mk IV – 155 MPH

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There is no doubt that the Toyota Supra Mk4 is one of the most popular and hyped cars Toyota has ever made. The Supra was ahead of its time if you talk about its appealing looks and enthusiastic driving athletics. It came with a powerful 2JZ-GTE 6-cylinder engine which produced 321 horsepower and 315 pound-feet of torque. The Supra was able to accelerate from 0-60 mp in 4.7 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph. It became one of the most anticipated cars among the car tuners. The Supra became a legend more after Paul Walker drove his iconic Supra in the Fast & Furious franchise, so there is more worth attached to it.

4. Toyota GR Supra – 155 MPH

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While many consider the new GR Supra as the most badass Toyota car ever, many argue if it really is a car you need because of its BMW engine instead of a Toyota build. With that said it doesn’t make it a bad car, because it performs like a car built by the Japanese automaker. Thanks to its powerful and refined 6-cylinder BMW-sourced engine which produce 382 hp and 368 lb-ft of torque the new Supra is able to deliver a smooth and enthusiastic performance overall.

3. Lexus LC 500 – 168 MPH

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The Lexus LC500 is maybe one of the best Japanese Grand Tourers of this decade. Coming with various options, the LC comes with a 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V8 on all four models as standard. It results in a hefty 471 horsepower. The LC 500 can accelerate from 0-60 mph time of just 4.5 seconds and can achieve a top speed of 168 mph. While to some the LC500 will not seem that quick, many will find it as a perfect sports car that has the ability to catch a thrill without breaking a sweat.

2. Lexus LFA – 202 MPH

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The Lexus LFA is what Ford GT is to the American auto industry. Known for as one of the most luxurious Japanese cars ever, the LFA was first revealed in 2009 and people still can’t get their eyes off one till today. The LFA showed that the world could have a Japanese supercar that will only be known for just as a reliable car. With a 4.8-liter V10 the LFA churns out 563 horsepower and can achieve a top speed of 202 mph. The Lexus LFA sported a beautiful and elegant aerodynamic design that was decisive and influential and was limited to just 500 copies.

1. Toyota GT-One – 236 MPH

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Toyota has been proficiently active in the motorsport world and sometimes it seems they make commercial cars for fun. The Toyota GT-One was created to conquer the 24 Hours Of Le Mans in 1999. The beast rocked the 3.6-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine capable of making 600 horsepower. The massive power and the aerodynamic body of the GT-One resulted in a tremendous amount of downforce. The GT-One was able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds and could achieve a top speed of 236 mph.


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