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When it comes to speed, which Toyota models are the fastest? The question of how fast Toyota's can go is a popular one I get asked all the time. And this makes sense because few car companies have such a rich history of performance and track-proven excellence as Toyota. Speed is also one of the most important aspects to consider when getting an automobile, especially if you live in harsh driving conditions and traffic is terrible. Police might pull you over for going over the speed limit.

First, you have to look at Toyota's website. Here, you can find out that the Supra is their fastest car. The Toyota Supra was first developed in 1978. It was a two-door coupe, and it came equipped with a turbocharged engine.

The fastest Toyota is the Supra SRT-8 with a twin-turbocharged inline-6 engine and manual transmission. The Supra has 306 horsepower with a top speed of 170 MPH. It only gets 17 MPG when it drives in town but can go 31MPG on the highway. This isn't surprising because it takes a lot of power for this car to hit 170 MPH so quickly.

Toyota's second-fastest model is the MR2 Spyder, introduced in 1998 and retired in 2006. This car is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle with a potent 2.0-litre engine with 176 miles per hour maximum speed.

The third fastest model made by Toyota is the RX300 introduced in 1994 as a luxury vehicle for those who prefer to commute by car or those who often travel long distances by car. The RX300 comes with a turbocharged engine and has an impressive maximum speed of 176 miles per hour.

We have the Celica GT in fourth place, introduced in 1973 as a convertible sports car with a four-door body style. The Celica GT is powered by a 2-liter engine that can accelerate up to 169 miles per hour. We have the Supra RZ in fifth place, introduced in 1997 as a sporty car with a fast engine.

We all want to know everything there is to know about these cars, and we constantly obsess over finding out how fast they are in a straight line. In the end, it's up to you. You can do what your heart desires when it comes to deciding which models are the fastest on a racetrack or in the stopwatch lane between 0-60 mph. The numbers are available and plentiful but don't take our word for it, or anyone else's word either determine that yourself. I want to invite you to our dealership for more information on the quick Toyota models. In case you need more information, we are happy to help.