It goes without saying that the MKIV Toyota Supra is a formidable JDM sports car and one of the most coveted modern Japanese classics around, but fans of the Supra will often claim that the best examples are fitted with a manual gearbox. Yet despite this, it seems the love for the Supra is as strong as ever, as a clean automatic version has just sold via Bring a Trailer.
This particular example is finished in white over black leather and packs the quintessential twin-turbocharged three-liter inline-six, but it is rather controversially mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. Despite this, all the signatures remain — chrome rims, a large rear spoiler, a chrome single-tip exhaust, coveted 15th-anniversary commemorative badging, and a body-color removable targa top.
Furthermore, this Supra has been well loved but equally well looked after. It reads 86,000 miles on the clock, but its 320 HP and 315 lb-ft of torque engine remains pristine and in good working condition.
In other news, a Lexus LFA has just landed at BaT as well.