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Car enthusiasts will tell you that Toyota makes some of the fastest cars out there. This isn't just an opinion, but a fact backed by some of the best performances in the Nürburgring and other racetracks worldwide. Not only do they have impressive acceleration, but also fantastic braking. Because most Toyota models are already fast out of the box, the tuning process is generally more about handling and improving braking and cornering to make them more responsive, gaining valuable milliseconds over their competitors on both Nürburgring and street courses.

Speed has always been an essential attribute in the world of motoring. The race to be the fastest is a race that continues to this day, but testing times make it more and more critical. Oil prices continue to soar, and the cost of travelling by airplane has gone through the roof; people are more and more interested in discovering which Toyota models are the fastest so that they can find a way of getting from A to B with as little expenditure as possible.

The Toyota Supra is a car made by the Toyota Motor Corporation. It was introduced in 1978 and discontinued in 2002. The car was built to compete with the Porsche 911, which it beat in horsepower. The Supra had a 2,457 cc engine and could go from 0-60 mph in 7.5 seconds. The Supra also had a top speed of 155 mph. The Toyota Celica Supra was based on the Celica platform. It had a 2,700 cc engine and went from 0-60 mph in 7.5 seconds. Its maximum speed was 156 mph.

However, the Supra is not the only fast Toyota available on the market. Three other models are even faster! The Celica GT-Four has a maximum power output of 270 BHP at 6000 rpm. The engine on this car is more powerful than that in the Supra, but it has a smaller capacity (2ZZ). The Celica GT-Four also has a lower top speed than the Supra; it can reach 152 mph. However, this Toyota model is faster when compared with other cars in its class; it is 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds and 0-100 mph in 12 seconds.

As it stands, the fastest Toyota is the Toyota Supra. It will be gone by 2015, though, so if you're interested in speed, you need to prioritize buying one ASAP. Time will tell which of today's models will be the fastest in their class over the next few years. For now, though, we can anticipate some pretty exciting changes in racecar engineering. Visit our dealership for more information on the fastest Toyotas.