Fastest Toyota cars 0-60 mph

Top 40 fastest Toyota cars from 0 to 60 mph. Updated September 2021.

0-60 mph acceleration time is most well known performance figure in United States and closely matches its European analogue - 0-100 kph time.

Today the 0-60 mph times are dominated by all wheel drive supercars with advanced launch control or electric cars with 4 wheel drive.

With enough engine power, 0-60 mph time becomes function of tyre traction - the more mechanical grip in tyres and more "linear" the initial power delivery, the better the 0-60 mph times.

Heavier cars with good 4 wheel drive system can still outmatch lighter sports cars with better power to weight ratio.

# make & model Time▼ Image
1. 2019 Toyota Supra 3.8 Photo of 2019 Toyota Supra
2. 2020 Toyota Supra 3.0 3.8 Photo of 2020 Toyota Supra 3.0
3. 2008 Toyota Crown Turbo 4.2 Photo of 2008 Toyota Crown Turbo
4. 2012 Toyota Crown Majesta VIP 4.3 Photo of 2012 Toyota Crown Majesta VIP
5. 2008 Toyota Tundra TRD Supercharged 4.4 Photo of 2008 Toyota Tundra TRD Supercharged
6. 2020 Toyota Supra SZ-R 4.5 Photo of 2020 Toyota Supra SZ-R
7. 1993 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo 4.6 Photo of 1993 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo
8. 2014 Toyota Crown Athlete TRD 4.6 Photo of 2014 Toyota Crown Athlete TRD
9. 2020 Toyota GR Yaris 4.6 Photo of 2020 Toyota GR Yaris
10. 1994 Toyota Supra RZ 4.9 Photo of 1994 Toyota Supra RZ
11. 1990 Toyota Supra 2.5 GT Twin Turbo R 4.9 Photo of 1990 Toyota Supra 2.5 GT Twin Turbo R
12. 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0 GT Turbo A 5.0 Photo of 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0 GT Turbo A
13. 1993 Toyota Supra 5.4 Photo of 1993 Toyota Supra
14. 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime 5.4 Photo of 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime
15. 2019 Toyota Camry TRD 5.6 Photo of 2019 Toyota Camry TRD
16. 2014 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon Super 8 5.7 Photo of 2014 Toyota Crown Royal Saloon Super 8
17. 2008 Toyota Avalon XLS 5.8 Photo of 2008 Toyota Avalon XLS
18. 2018 Toyota Yaris 1.8 GRMN 5.9 Photo of 2018 Toyota Yaris 1.8 GRMN
19. 2008 Toyota Camry V6 6.0 Photo of 2008 Toyota Camry V6
20. 1989 Toyota MR20 SW20 GT 6.1 Photo of 1989 Toyota MR20 SW20 GT
21. 1994 Toyota Celica GT Four ST205 6.3 Photo of 1994 Toyota Celica GT Four ST205
22. 2012 Toyota GT86 6.4 Photo of 2012 Toyota GT86
23. 2002 Toyota Celica GT-S Sport M 6.6 Photo of 2002 Toyota Celica GT-S Sport M
24. 2007 Toyota XV40 Aurion Sportivo SX6 6.6 Photo of 2007 Toyota XV40 Aurion Sportivo SX6
25. 2000 Toyota Celica TS 6.8 Photo of 2000 Toyota Celica TS
26. 2010 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado V8 6.9 Photo of 2010 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado V8
27. 1994 Toyota Celica 2.0 GT 6.9 Photo of 1994 Toyota Celica 2.0 GT
28. 2006 Toyota Aurion Touring 7.0 Photo of 2006 Toyota Aurion Touring
29. 2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid 7.1 Photo of 2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid
30. 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS 7.1 Photo of 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS
31. 2020 Toyota Highlander V6 7.2 Photo of 2020 Toyota Highlander V6
32. 2002 Toyota MR-2 7.2 Photo of 2002 Toyota MR-2
33. 2019 Toyota Camry LE 7.3 Photo of 2019 Toyota Camry LE
34. 1998 Toyota Avalon XLS 7.4 Photo of 1998 Toyota Avalon XLS
35. 2007 Toyota Auris 2.2 D-cat 7.5 Photo of 2007 Toyota Auris 2.2 D-cat
36. 1997 Toyota Century Royal Saloon 7.5 Photo of 1997 Toyota Century Royal Saloon
37. 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid 7.5 Photo of 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid
38. 2021 Toyota Venza Hybrid 7.5 Photo of 2021 Toyota Venza Hybrid
39. 2008 Toyota Auris SR180 7.6 Photo of 2008 Toyota Auris SR180
40. 2021 Toyota Sienna 7.6 Photo of 2021 Toyota Sienna

Sources

Car & Driver (1, 2, 6, 7, 14, 15, 33), FastestLaps.com (3-5, 8, 11, 12, 16, 21, 23, 24, 28, 30, 32, 36, 37), BBC Top Gear Magazine (9), SupercarLists.com estimate* (10, 13, 17-20, 25-27, 34, 35, 39), Motortrend (22, 29, 31, 38, 40)

List authored by Christian Zelcs. Last updated on 09/25/2021, last addition - Toyota GR Yaris.

*Estimates are based on factual test results from reputable sources.