1991 Toyota Sera, JDM, RHD. The Sera is straight out of the space age. Factory gull-wing doors make this spaceship look like it can fly. Powered by a 1.5L 4 cylinder and mated to a 4 speed automatic transmission, its great for an enthusiast. With this motor being the same power plant as found in the Toyota Paseo and Tercel, the Sera is exceptionally reliable and mechanical parts are surprisingly easy to source. The car shows 91,000 miles, drives beautifully, feels solid at highway speeds, and is a joy to drive.
This is a stunning example of one of the most unique offerings from Toyota to ever exist. Based on the Toyota AXV-II Concept car, Toyota produced only 16,000 examples of the Sera (also called the EXY10). It was produced between 1991 and 1995 and was exclusively sold in Japan.The Sera is powered by a 1.5L 5E-FHE and weighed only 2,000 lbs. The sport little coupe could have sold on its performance, handling, and practicality alone, but the styling of the car truly set it apart from the competition. With a nearly uninterrupted glass canopy roof and the first butterfly doors every put on a road going production vehicle, the Toyota Sera looks like something out of a science fiction comic. In fact, the unique butterfly door design was so striking and memorable that Gordon Murray, designer of the iconic Mclaren F1, cited the Sera as his inspiration for the F1’s door configuration.
This Sera was legally imported from Japan and is now registered in Tampa, Florida. It comes with a clean Florida title ready to be transferred into your name, and is 100% legal to own in all 50 states. Nationwide shipping is available.