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Porsche GT3 Cup (Circuit Only)

Grade: Special Top Speed: 0 - 100 km/h: sec

Our newest member of the fleet - this is only for the circuit. Concept is a single-seated, near-standard race vehicle based on the 911 991 GT3. We will provide professional lesson via radio from a ...

Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster

Grade: Special Top Speed: 350km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 2.9sec

The Superveloce has been designed as the sportiest Lamborghini ever, the fastest and most electrifying of all time, thanks to a further improved naturally aspirated V12 engine, engineering solution...

McLaren 720S

Grade: Special Top Speed: 340km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 2.9sec

The McLaren 720S is current Super Series flagship of the British brand’s line-up, effectively replacing the old 650S. Featuring an all-new body design made from superformed aluminium with gullwing ...

Lamborghini Huracan Performante

Grade: Special Top Speed: 325km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 2.9sec

The Huracán Performante has reworked the concept of super sports cars and taken the notion of performance to levels never seen before. The vehicle has been re-engineered in its entirety, as regards...

Ferrari 458 Spider

Grade: A++ Top Speed: 317 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 3.4sec

They don’t make them like this anymore. A truly special car, the Ferrari 458 marks the end of an era as the last naturally aspirated V8 in Ferrari’s history. Without any turbos or electric motors y...

Lamborghini Huracan Avio

Grade: A+ Top Speed: 321 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 3.4sec

Few things in life are as much fun as a naturally-aspirated V10, much like the one found in the Huracan Avio. The Avio is a special edition model based on the LP610-4 Huracan taking inspiration fro...

McLaren 570S Spider

Grade: A++ Top Speed: 328 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 3.2sec

As its name suggests this is the convertible version of McLaren’s 570S. Sitting alongside that and the softer, more spacious 570GT it completes a formidable trio of models that sit at the heart of ...

Rolls Royce Wraith

Grade: A+ Top Speed: 294 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 4.4sec

Close the suicide doors and you’re isolated from the outside world in a cocoon of grandeur. This is the Rolls Royce Wraith. Unrivalled in terms of comfort and opulence, the Wraith is quite possibly...

Audi R8 LMX

Grade: A Top Speed: 319 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 3.4sec

One of 99 in the world, and one of 4 in Japan, the R8 LMX represents the pinnacle of the first generation R8. With 570 horsepower, unique aero and suspension as well as being the first car with las...

McLaren MP4 12C

Grade: A Top Speed: 320 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 3.0sec

Being the first road car from McLaren after the F1, the MP4-12C had big shoes to fill. But it met expectations and more. When the 12C Spider was released shortly afterwards, it made Italian and Ger...

Aston Martin V12 Vantage

Grade: A Top Speed: 328 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 3.8sec

Bridging the gap between old school cool and the current lineup, the V12 Vantage S marks the end for Aston Martin’s 6.0-litre V12 engine. Truly one of the great engines of the last decade, in the V...

Ferrari California

Grade: B Top Speed: 310 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 4.1sec

When Ferrari launched the California in 2008 it introduced many firsts for the company; it was the first Ferrari to use a dual-clutch transmission, the first front-engine V8 Ferrari, and the first ...

Ferrari Challenge Stradale

Grade: B Top Speed: 283 km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 4.0sec

A racecar for the road - the Challenge Stradale was the street-going version of the Challenge race car. Bereft of luxuries, this is a pure driving experience. This is a newly acquired car by Tokyo ...


Grade: B Top Speed: 231km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 4.1sec

Having established itself as a respected maker of off-road and competition motorcycles, KTM dipped its toes into to trying its engineering hand at building a four-wheeler. You can be sure that the ...


Grade: B Top Speed: 315km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 2.7sec

If the GT-R wasn't fast enough already, Nissan decided to make it even faster by handing it to their race development division - NISMO. With larger turbos and a new engine mapping, the 2015 NI...

Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG

Grade: Top Speed: 230km/h 0 - 100 km/h: 5.3sec

Rappers, pro athletes, movie stars and other celebs made this an iconic car - now add thousands of house wives as they are literally everywhere! As raw as they were in the cold war you still feel l...

Taro Camper Van

Grade: Top Speed: 0 - 100 km/h: sec

Based on a Nissan NV350, this van was recently remodelled into a camper van. The van was previously a more classic camper and was made like a home. Some elements were kept like the retro seats and ...

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What our Customers are Saying
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This event was my "almost first" experience to drive supercar and I could drive Ferrari 458 Spider! Since I was child, I've been dreaming of driving red Ferrari. So my dream finally came true! I was a bit nervous to drive it, but Tokyo Supercars staff was so kind and guided me how to drive. It was 15 min drive in the city. The air was cool there so that this 458 Spider was the best for the night! Thank you so much for this wonderful opportunity, Tokyo Supercars! I would love to try other supercars in the future again!

Chieko Matsui

Its always a big day for a supercars lover when there is an event by tokyo supercarsI was able to drive supercars without any hesitation and worries ..Roaring sound of the engine and aerodynamic designs which at first seems difficult to handle but TKS has made it easy with their hospitality and friendly environment and step by step guidanceLooking forward to be the part of upcoming events ...

Faheem Ahmed

This was my first time on a track and it was a very intense and humbling experience, even in a Toyota 86. I've driven a lot of fast cars but never at their limits for such an extended period of time. With more practice I think it can help me improve my driving skills on the road and learn the art of drifting one day as well.

Aubrey Grossman

After experiencing diving events and car sharing with Tokyo Supercars Club (TSC) for a few times, I would like to highlight four elements that make TSC unique and an attractive choice for car lovers. Below is based on my research and past experiences. This is not a paid testimonial so this is a real opinion of mine.Firstly, a wide variety of supercars you can choose from. Nowadays there are multiple exotic cars rental services out there, but I have never seen any other services with wider varieties yet. I think TSC's cars lineup satisfies the exotic cars appetite of many car lovers! My son likes cars, too, so discussing "which one we want to drive next?" with my son is another fun moment, as well as the actual driving time!Secondly, a competitive pricing. Please do your own research of other services, and your will know what I'm saying. TSC's membership is still not a tiny investment (at least to me), but it's clearly much more realistic than owning supercars.One of the other points is events, including travel, circuit and social ones. Those events will take you to carefully hand-picked driving sites/routes that give you opportunities to experience the potential of those vehicles.Lastly, insurance coverage. Not all of those exotic cars rentals provide insurance coverage for damages. TSC provides insurance even in circuits, which I think is very unique.

Ren Ando

I joined Tokyo Supercars one month ago and I quickly learned that it’s more than just a bunch of car enthusiasts getting together to share their thoughts about the sound of the Ferrari 458 or the speed of the Mclaren 70S. This is a club where like-minded individuals can share their love of cars, business and lifestyle.I’ve met some great people through the different events that TSC organizes for members and anyone interested in driving or sharing their supercar(s) with other members through their car sharing program. I’ve also had the pleasure to be invited to other events in collaboration with TSC’s partners. These are great for discovering unique experiences such as, tasting delicious wine and getting the opportunity to chat with the wine maker himself; learn how to land a Boeing 777 in a complete and fully functional flight simulator; or take a drive in several different supercars for several days like the famous ‘Cannonball Run’.Wherever TSC takes their members, they always have an open mind and encourage sharing, networking, building and driving some of the worlds most sought after supercars. This makes TSC the most unique and influential club I’ve ever known in Tokyo; an ideal place to meet some great people. Thanks to everyone at TSC for enhancing my lifestyle and opening doors to the future.

Kyle Doctorelo