Top Six Fastest Manufactured Japanese Cars of All Time!

The passion for speed and performance sports cars is universal, but this passion holds a particular prominence in Japan. Over the years, legendary track-burning cars have come from shops bearing the names of Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi, and Honda. Even Subaru, a brand that goes out of its way to emphasize its family sedans, has delivered a road scorcher or two only worthy of the fast lane.

3.Toyota Supra Mark IV

Merely mentioning the Toyota Supra is enough to get vintage auto enthusiasts excited. In the new FT-1 supercar, Toyota fed directly off the influences of the Supra and Celica to craft its new scorcher worthy of “Shock and Awe.” The Toyota supra horsepower was quite good !

The Supra that has earned so much fame over the years is typified in the 1993 Mark IV model packing a turbo engine capable of 320 at 5600 rpm horsepower and 315 lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm. This fourth-gen Supra was capable of flashing from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, and in the 90s, it was a beast on American roads.

Performance: 0–60 mph: 4.5 sec/Quarter mile : 12.9 sec/Top speed 260km/h

2. Lexus LFA (552 hp)

Lexus LFA
Speaking of the Lexus LFA, this car was designed and tested with the Nurburgring track in mind. In fact, the LFA has an optional Nurburgring Package to enhance the performance of its F1-derived 4.8-liter V10 engine. Capable of going from idle to 9000 rpm in 0.6 seconds, the LFA can produce up to 552 hp at 9700 rpm and 354 lb-ft of torque at 7800 rpm.
This car can launch from 0-60 in 3.6 seconds, and reach a controlled top speed of 202 mph. Its record of 7:13.92 at Nurburgring was one of the major achievements for the Toyota brand.

Performance: 0–60 mph: 3.6sec/Quarter mile : 11.9 sec/Top speed 325km/h

nismo gtr r35

1. Nissan GT-R Nismo (600 hp)

The fastest volume production car on the planet. A GT-R with track options made the Nordschleife circuit in 07:08.679 in September 2013, and this same car is available to buyers who want a piece of the fastest Nismo of all time. The GT-R uses a 3.6-liter twin turbo V6 to produce 595 hp and 481 lb-ft of torque.

The new GTR specs can blast from 0-60 in 2.7 seconds, and hit top speeds north of 200 mph. This Japanese monster is capable of doing battle with the fastest cars in the world. For now, it can leave the competitors of the Land of the Rising Sun in its dust. Expect a response from Lexus in the near future

Performance: 0–60 mph: 2.7 sec/Quarter mile : 10.8sec/Top speed 320 kmh


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