Is there a MK3 Supra?
Produced from 1986 to 1993, the MK3 Supra was the fastest JDM car of its era. In 1978, Toyota unveiled the first-ever Toyota Supra. Sold as the Celica XX, the Toyota Supra is quite popular for its speed, decent throttle response, and more.
Are MK3 Supras fast?
A naturally aspirated MK3 Supra is best experienced with the silky smooth 3.0-liter engine. This potent straight-six generated a lusty 200 hp. Bury the throttle and the sports coupe could reach 60 mph in as little as 6.8 seconds—very fast for the period.
Is the MK3 Supra worth it?
The MKIII Supra, in its naturally aspirated form, is one of the best ’80s cars you can buy, with its striking vaporwave-aesthetic looks, an easily-entertained price tag, and a drivetrain straight out of some of the most reliable vehicles on the planet (save for the head bolt torque, of course). You should buy one.