The Mk5 Supra is a good car. Yes, it doesn’t have a 2jz which kills every fanboy out there but it has the B58 which can be considered to be the German version of the 2jz. If the Mk4 had the B58 I can guarantee you that the fanboys would worship it as much as their beloved 2JZ. However, if I’m honest the Mk5 isn’t a fast car but with some money spent on it, I can guarantee you that this controversial supra can live up to its potential. But what does all of this info have to do with what my friends call an overly expensive toy car? Well, there is no relation. I am just trying to make myself believe I bought an actual supra rather than a scaled diecast because I can’t afford the real one unless one of you decides to buy it for me.Now, when we look at this 43 scaled MK5 made by Kyosho one can easily tell that this is a premium product. Coated in metallic white with black accents not only complements the car but also showcases the curves that make the Mk5 so aggressive yet elegant. The car has the traditional GR racing 5 spoke rims accompanied with nicely detailed rotors and red brake callipers. One of the best features of the car would single-handedly be the front headlights where both the curved DRL and the three projector lenses can be seen. Kyosho did such a good job with the headlights it looks real taking the model closer to its goal of being as realistic as possible.