Remember Toyota’s self-drifting Supra? It’s been turned into a Hot Wheels toy

by Greg Potts | Aug 15, 2022
self-drifting Toyota Supra Hot Wheels toy
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Remember Toyota’s wicked autonomous drift car that it developed in collaboration with Stanford University, GReddy, and pro drifter Ken Gushi? It first unveiled the project back in January 2021, with the Toyota Research Institute aiming to use it to improve the safety of self-driving cars.

We got to see it in full-sideways action again earlier this year, but now we’ve got some really big news for you…

The self-drifting Supra is now a Hot Wheels toy. Oh yes. Toyota has released a new video on YouTube to celebrate its latest collaboration—a video that helpfully explains that the toy will not drive or drift on its own, and that you’ll have to push it to get it sliding. Still, hours of fun to be had with toy cars isn’t there? Even better when they’re winged drift cars too…

Self-drifting Toyota Supra Hot Wheels toy:

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NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.

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