Fast & Furious Toyota Supra sold for record-breaking price.
One of the most famous vehicles ever committed to film, this 1994 Toyota Supra was auctioned and broke a non-speed related record.
Used in both The Fast and the Furious and the sequel 2Fast 2Furious, the car was introduced in the film after Paul Walker‘s character, Brian O’Conner, gets his Mitsubishi Eclipse blown up. Owing Toretto, Vin Diesel's character, a ten-second card, O’Conner finds a Toyota Supra Mark IV with the 2JZ still intact. After some "US$15,000 or more” and “overnight parts from Japan,” the end result in the film was the Candy Orange Supra.
Have you ever imagined being on these soft suede-touch seats?
Today the classic has a new owner. Sold for US$550,000 and with official documentation certifying its authenticity at Barrett-Jackson‘s Las Vegas auction, this movie car now holds the record for most expensive Supra ever.
The only difference is that the sports car is actually a 4-speed automatic. The shifter knob was added to the interior for the sake of the movie.
Built by Eddie Paul at The Shark Shop in El Segundo, California, this car features the legendary twin-turbo 3.0-liter 2JZ-GTE engine, Nuclear Gladiator graphics by Troy Lee Designs, a Bomex body kit, an APR racing wing, 19-inch Racing Hart M5 wheels, and a MOMO steering wheel.
The interior is treated to blue suede inserts, a double-DIN media screen, and an array of Greddy gauges.
More than you can afford, pal. Toyota Supra.
Love expensive cars? We know who owns the most expensive in the world. Right here.