It doesn't get much better than this.
It's no secret that top Japanese tuning companies demand premium prices. Looking for Nismo parts for your GT-R, or Spoon products for your Honda Civic? You're going to have to fork over tons of cash. The same goes for TOM'S, a legendary Japanese tuning company that has traditionally worked with Toyota to produce some of the meanest JDM sports cars the world has ever seen. TOM'S has an especially rich history with the Toyota Supra that stretches back to the glory days of the Japan Grand Touring Car Championship. But today the focus is on a TOM'S fettled A90 Toyota Supra, which is up for sale for a staggering $127,000.
This 2019 Limited Edition RZ Supra has had the TOM'S catalog of products thrown at it. The exterior has seen some significant modifications, including a revised front bumper with contrasting black aero bits, and a large splitter with red accents. The hood features contrasting vents. The side profile looks more aggressive thanks to a set of mean side skirts, and matte black multi-spoke wheels with large Brembo brakes hiding in the background. The rear end of the car now features a carbon-fiber diffuser, quad titanium tailpipes resembling that of a Lexus LFA, and of course a massive wing.
The interior remains mostly stock, but features lots of carbon-fiber. According to TOM'S, this Supra has seen some power upgrades, and from the pictures we can tell that the intake piping has been changed. TOM'S is only producing 99 of these examples, and this specific car has only 4,350 miles on the odometer. The car is listed for sale in Japan at 14.5 million yen ($127,50) and should have no problem finding an owner. This car is proof that the JDM legends still know what they are doing, and they still know how to charge for it too.