The most desirable Toyota probably ever made. The car from the 1990’s that still scares supercars of the current generation. This particular ‘94 Toyota Supra is a JDM spec car, but has been modified to pump just shy of 900 Horsepower. Everything up from the crank has been changed, the twin turbos were ditched and replaced with a single turbo, making it India’s first single turbo conversion Toyota Supra. Running an HKS T51R turbo, Getrag manual transmission upgrade, Cusco brakes, MoTec exhaust system, and very unique Aerospeed racing spoiler, this beast doesn’t sound, look or feel 25 years old. There’s so much power, that when you accelerate in the lower gears, the car’s rear end sticks out like an oversteer and pulls like its nobody’s business. Clocking 300 km/ph (187 miles per hour) is absolutely trouble free. Because it’s a manual transmission, once you hit 6th gear, even that feels less and I wish there were 2 more forward gears to play with. The 2JZ-GTE engine is an in-line 6 cylinder 3000 CC making it one of the best engines ever made, and all thanks to its cast iron engine block. The cast iron engine block can handle more heat and more power than engines not using cast iron because it’s stronger. Toyota made two engines in the JZ family. The 1JZ was a 2500 CC in-line 6 cylinder which was a good engine too. But the 2JZ was offered in the Supra mk4, crown, and the Lexus GS300. Bigger displacement in the 2JZ meant more power, and who doesn’t love more power?! People soon realised the real potential of the 2JZ and were getting power outputs of 500, 700 and even 800 horsepower with stock internals in the 1990’s which even today is a big number. The Supra became a legend among its rivals such as the Nissan 300 ZX, Mazda RX-7, Honda NSX. The dashboard of the car looks like it’s been straight taken out from a fighter jet. It’s all driver centric and driver focused. In short, the Supra Mk4 has the license to kill supercars.