Toyota cars with highest top speed

Top 40 fastest Toyota cars in the world. Updated May 2022.

Top speed is, probably, the first performance metric that comes to mind when comparing fast cars.

Top speed depends on balance between engine power and aerodynamic drag - the more power and less drag, the higher the top speed.

High speed stability also matters, since too low downforce can lead to loss of control at speed.

In recent years high performance cars have been tailored for track performance, which, unavoidably, reduces top speed. Therefore the overall top speed is used less in supercar comparisons.

Despite this shift to increased downforce, modern supercars are faster than their predecessors - all thanks to dramatic increase in engine power over the past few decades.

# make & model Speed (mph)▼ Image
1. 2008 Toyota Crown Turbo 180 Photo of 2008 Toyota Crown Turbo
2. 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0 GT Turbo A 167 Photo of 1988 Toyota Supra 3.0 GT Turbo A
3. 1990 Toyota Supra 2.5 GT Twin Turbo R 165 Photo of 1990 Toyota Supra 2.5 GT Twin Turbo R
4. 2019 Toyota Supra 163 Photo of 2019 Toyota Supra
5. 1993 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo 160 Photo of 1993 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo
6. 2020 Toyota Supra 160 Photo of 2020 Toyota Supra
7. 2020 Toyota Supra SZ-R 158 Photo of 2020 Toyota Supra SZ-R
8. 1993 Toyota Supra 155 Photo of 1993 Toyota Supra
9. 1994 Toyota Supra RZ 155 Photo of 1994 Toyota Supra RZ
10. 2008 Toyota Avalon XLS 155 Photo of 2008 Toyota Avalon XLS
11. 1993 Toyota MR2 GT-S 152 Photo of 1993 Toyota MR2 GT-S
12. 1994 Toyota Celica GT Four ST205 152 Photo of 1994 Toyota Celica GT Four ST205
13. 2002 Toyota Celica GT-S Sport M 150 Photo of 2002 Toyota Celica GT-S Sport M
14. 2007 Toyota XV40 Aurion Sportivo SX6 150 Photo of 2007 Toyota XV40 Aurion Sportivo SX6
15. 2006 Toyota Aurion Touring 149 Photo of 2006 Toyota Aurion Touring
16. 1997 Toyota Century Royal Saloon 149 Photo of 1997 Toyota Century Royal Saloon
17. 2005 Toyota Corolla TS Compressor 146 Photo of 2005 Toyota Corolla TS Compressor
18. 1986 Toyota Supra Turbo 3.0 146 Photo of 1986 Toyota Supra Turbo 3.0
19. 2008 Toyota Camry V6 145 Photo of 2008 Toyota Camry V6
20. 1989 Toyota MR20 SW20 GT 145 Photo of 1989 Toyota MR20 SW20 GT
21. 2020 Toyota GR Yaris 144 Photo of 2020 Toyota GR Yaris
22. 2018 Toyota Yaris 1.8 GRMN 143 Photo of 2018 Toyota Yaris 1.8 GRMN
23. 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS 140 Photo of 2005 Toyota Corolla XRS
24. 2012 Toyota GT86 140 Photo of 2012 Toyota GT86
25. 2021 Toyota GR 86 140 Photo of 2021 Toyota GR 86
26. 2000 Toyota Celica TS 140 Photo of 2000 Toyota Celica TS
27. 2002 Toyota Corolla TS 140 Photo of 2002 Toyota Corolla TS
28. 1996 Toyota MR2 140 Photo of 1996 Toyota MR2
29. 1991 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST185RC 139 Photo of 1991 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST185RC
30. 2001 Toyota Ipsum 139 Photo of 2001 Toyota Ipsum
31. 1986 Toyota Supra 3.0i (Euro Spec) 138 Photo of 1986 Toyota Supra 3.0i (Euro Spec)
32. 1998 Toyota Avalon XLS 137 Photo of 1998 Toyota Avalon XLS
33. 1990 Toyota MR2 137 Photo of 1990 Toyota MR2
34. 2006 Toyota Avensis 2.2 D-Cat 137 Photo of 2006 Toyota Avensis 2.2 D-Cat
35. 2006 Toyota Avensis Wagon 2.2 D-CAT 137 Photo of 2006 Toyota Avensis Wagon 2.2 D-CAT
36. 2009 Toyota Corolla XRS 137 Photo of 2009 Toyota Corolla XRS
37. 1994 Toyota Celica 2.0 GT 137 Photo of 1994 Toyota Celica 2.0 GT
38. 2009 Toyota RAV4 Limited V6 4X4 135 Photo of 2009 Toyota RAV4 Limited V6 4X4
39. 2003 Toyota E120 Corolla Sportivo SX6 135 Photo of 2003 Toyota E120 Corolla Sportivo SX6
40. 2019 Toyota Camry TRD 134 Photo of 2019 Toyota Camry TRD

Sources

FastestLaps.com (1-4, 7-17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26-39), Car & Driver (5, 6, 40), Autocar (18), Quattroroute (21), Auto Bild Sportscars (22), SupercarLists.com estimate* (25)

List authored by Christian Zelcs. Last updated on 05/19/2022, last addition - Toyota Supra Turbo 3.0.

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