The Japanese street racing scene has produced a handful of truly wild cars, like this Toyota Supra. Built by legendary firm Top Secret, packs a twin-turbo V12 originally from a Toyota Century and boasts a truly bonkers 222 mph top speed. It's about as absurd as a Supra could be.
And infamous. That 222-mph run was performed by Top Secret founder Kazuhiko “Smoky” Nagata at Italy's Nardo test track back in 2008, after it was converted to V12 power, but that's not his best-known turn behind the wheel. In 1999, Smoky ...in the rain. He was pulled over and promptly arrested and thrown in jail for the night.
That UK top-speed run was back when this Supra was still sporting its original inline-six, and standard(ish) bodywork. Smoky and Top Secret turned it into for the 2007 Tokyo Auto Salon, mostly because they were bored with the then-stagnant OEM Japanese performance-car market. Remember that the Nissan GT-R wasn't yet in production, and Toyota had no plans for a Supra successor.
Last time it was tested, this twin-turbo V12 generated 930 hp with a little help from a nitrous injection. And all that power is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox.
The car is , and there's no price specified. Given its history and performance, don't expect it to be cheap.