If you like to live your life a quarter mile at a time, then you’ll no doubt be a fan of the Fast & Furious franchise.
Bursting on to the scene in the early 2000s, Fast & Furious skyrocketed “tuner” (or some would say “boy racer”) culture into the mainstream.
It has gone on to spark one of the most successful -- and increasingly absurd -- action movie franchises in history, and make household names of many actors.
With a movie such as Fast & Furious, the automotive talent is just as important as the human actors.
So what Toyota Supra is in Fast & Furious?
For the purpose of this article, we are referring to Brian’s (played by the late Paul Walker) Toyota Supra:
The Toyota Supra in Fast & Furious is a MKIV Toyota Supra, equiped with a 2JZ-GTE motor and a variety of modifications (overnight parts from Japan, anyone?)
Interestingly enough, the prop car is actually a non-turbo Supra dressed up as a turbo model.
This legendary movie machine was rescued from the scrap heap:
And then turned into one of the most iconic movie vehicles of all time.
Some enthusiasts argue that Fast & Furious was the catalyst that helped spur the Toyota Supra into automotive superstardom. Since the release of the film back in 2001, the Supra has been seen as one of the most desirable examples of Japanese performance automobiles, in part due to its incredible tunability.
Where Is The Toyota Supra From Fast & Furious?
In case you’re wondering what happened to the now famous car and where it is -- it was sold at auction for $185,000 a few years ago to a private collector.
Read our Toyota Supra buyer’s guide for more information on buying your own Supra.