More and more, people over the last couple of decades have come to realize just how true Toyota’s old slogan “I love what you do for me” is holding up. The proof is in the pudding, as Toyota has become one of the world’s best selling car brands, and continues to lead the market in developing economical and reliable vehicles. From the company’s world-famous line of pickups, including the Tundra and Tacoma, to its hybrid vehicles like the Prius, Toyota has definitely made its mark on the automotive world.
Toyota has really set its sights on specializing in the consumer realm of the automotive atlas; it has never really been known for pumping out sports or performance vehicles, unlike other Japanese automakers like Nissan or Honda. Instead, Toyota does its damage in the sheer number of vehicles it sells, and by forever pushing the envelope towards more sustainable and fuel-efficient vehicles. A wise move, considering the volatile nature of gasoline prices over the past decade. That’s not to say the company hasn’t taken its shots at speedy and sporty cars. Over the years, the MR2, Supra and even the 2000GT have been mainstays of performance-vehicle lovers. There’s also the coming FCV and FT-HS, both of which have critics frothing at the mouth for a chance to get behind the wheel.
Still, Toyota doesn’t produce cars akin to the Ferraris or Lamborghinis of the world, but many of its vehicles can still hold their own on the average American street. Looking back through the years, we find many examples of Toyota’s engineering and design prowess producing vehicles capable of remarkable speeds. From the aforementioned MR2 and Supra lines to the modern day best selling Camry, there is plenty to celebrate and admire about Toyota’s attempts at building speedy automobiles. Here are the company’s 10 fastest vehicles of all time, arranged according to their acceleration time from 0-60 miles per hour. Horsepower and top speed were also taken into account, as well as torque. But overall, these cars represent Toyota’s quickest ten vehicles to date. Read on to see Toyota’s ten fastest vehicles.