It was driven by Paul Walker in the 1st installment of The Fast and Furious.
This same car returned with a different livery in 2F2F.
This 1994 Supra is an icon of the early 21st-century tuning scene.
If you’re under 50 years of age and are a car enthusiast, you’ll understand the significance of this car. If you’re over 50, think of this as the original General Lee from the Duke Boys. This 1994 Toyota Supra, the actual movie car from episodes 1 and 2, has just sold for an incredible $550,000 at last weekend’s Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas auction.
SOLD! The “10-second car” has crossed the block selling for a record-breaking $550,000! Driven by actor @RealPaulWalker and featured in two of “The Fast and Furious” films, this 1994 #ToyotaSupra proved to be an icon of car culture. @TheFastSaga @Toyota #Supra pic.twitter.com/GNJnGh0AmL
— Barrett-Jackson (@Barrett_Jackson) June 20, 2021
What probably don’t realize is that the 4th-generation Toyota Supra wasn’t entirely well-received when it originally launched in 1993. It wasn’t until eight years later, as the star of the 1st installment of The Fast and Furious that it suddenly became a tuner’s wet dream. Modified into a “10-second car”, this 1994 Supra is the actual car that raced a Ferrari F355 Spider in the movie. It, and its driver, the late Paul Walker, also helped launch the “What’s the retail on one of those?”
This 1994 Supra is, other than the body, paint job, and other visual add-ons is completely stock. It features the twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre 2JZ-GTE inline-6 engine with 320 horsepower and 315 lb.-ft. of torque. The transmission is the 4-speed automatic. Here’s a link to the full listing.
Without a doubt, this is a piece of modern automotive history.