The 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo Is a Sports Car Legend

The 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo Is a Sports Car Legend


The 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo is a legendary car — and it’s worth big money. Today I’m reviewing a MkIV Supra Turbo to explain why the fourth-generation Toyota Supra is so popular — and why the MkIV Supra Turbo is such an icon.


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72 Responses

  1. Jake Bochow says:

    I can’t get over how God damn clean and not molested with mods this is.

  2. Matteo Lorandi says:

    This car has the same turn signal stick as my 2016 yaris ?

  3. BlackironBallistics says:

    Made me hurt when he was dropping the clutch

  4. thefastfurious says:

    In the Fast and the Furious, the Supra was heavily modified, so was the roof apparently. RIP Paul Walker.

  5. Fahre Films says:

    Well Doug? What is your age? You could be 25, and 45? I dunno

  6. Julia I МАSTURBÃТЕ WАTСН VIDЕ0! says:

    “This is a car that is meant to be drivin” has 12,000 miles

  7. Osman Bilgen says:

    While you are watching this video, you start to hear ‘act a fool’ track subconsciously.

  8. Nico Möller says:

    please review the e36 m3 next. I just love that car

  9. LS4hunna says:

    “What’s the retail on one of those?”

    “More than you can afford pal”

  10. Halcyon _ says:

    I wouldn’t leave that thing in a parking lot. Someone may have an urge to apply high visibility tape and shady body work onto it.

  11. jason beaugrand says:

    I’m the type of guy to leave the same Doug the type of guy comment , then like my own comment…….?

  12. Phil Snipa says:

    7 out of ten for cool factor wtf. 10 out of 10


    CLEVELAND!!!!!! C’mon man!!!!!?

  14. Blessman Fred says:

    Cool factor is a 7/10? Bruh

  15. Pluetsch says:

    5:37 Doug casually roasting a whole city.

  16. Asif Noaman says:

    Apparently the supras cockpit was inspired by some sort of jet fighter cockpit or any other plane cockpit. Can you guys tell me if that is true.

  17. Latics says:

    Please review an EVO
    like so he can see

    • Jeffrey Abuan says:

      Latics I would like for him to do that also, but Doug doesn’t review modified cars. I don’t think there’s an EVO in existence that hasn’t been modified.

  18. Ralf Maximus says:

    I bought the 1997 25th anniversary edition new, with that same color scheme. LOVED that car, drove it for seven years but was forced to sell it when times were tough.

    Some fun observations:

    – The wing is completely invisible to the driver in the rear-view! One reason it’s so goddamned big, so you can see thru the center.

    – The wing is completely functional, developing something like 80 pounds of downforce at speed.

    – The back seat easily accommodates a baby seat! I drove my infant daughter around in my Supra constantly. As she got older she rode in a conventional child seat and called the car The Batmobile.

    – The twin turbochargers work together to reduce lag. One (smaller) is always boosting a little, while the big one starts cranking at ~4000 RPM. One thing I’ll never forget is the INSTANT torque you get punching it at 60 MPH on the freeway. Truly astonishing experience.

    – The carpet was a unique hollow-fiber design to save weight. The aluminum pedals were drilled out for the same reason.

    – Despite being RWD with a lot of torque, the Supra is extremely well behaved in bad weather. Even in snow, without snow tires!

    – My Supra racked up 80,000 miles and all I ever did was change the oil and put fuel in it. No warranty repairs, only recommended service. It is one of the most reliable cars I’ve ever owned and I drove it like I hated it, every day.

  19. My Sneaker says:

    Supra …non modified……. what does this mean? is that even allowed?

  20. Zach Choi ASMR says:

    Too fast

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