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Toyota Wants You To Drift Into McDonald’s And Grab A Supra Happy Meal - CarScoops
Starting next month, Happy Meals in Japan will include a pint-sized Toyota GR Supra.
Japanese McDonald’s have unique options such as teriyaki burgers, but their latest offering is more up our alley. Thanks to a partnership with Toyota Gazoo Racing, the fast food chain will be including a scale model of the GR Supra in Happy Meals. Toyota says this will allow children to experience the fun and excitement of driving a car at home through toys. The pint-sized Supra features a red exterior and is pretty detailed for something that is effectively being given away as a freebie. Furthermore, the headlights illuminate when the roof is pressed. Driven: 2020 Toyota GR Supra Is A Track Weapon And An Everyday Sports Car The Supra will be available at most McDonalds restaurants in Japan starting May 1st. The model is part of a special series of automotive toys that also includes a Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 and a Mazda CX-5 police car. The collection also features a fire truck and ambulance as well as an Isuzu bus and a cement mixer. If that wasnt interesting enough, theres also a secret toy that has yet to be revealed. As part of the tie-up with Toyota, the two companies released a promotional video dubbed Drift Twins. It stars Saito Taigo and Nobuteru Taniguchi who drift around a specially designed course, in GR Supras, while performing stunts around a massive Big Mac and a rolling box of Chicken McNuggets. They then grab some food, before making a McDonalds logo in brunt rubber. PHOTO GALLERY