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Super Street

Super Street

February 2020

Super Street is dedicated to the personalization and performance enhancement of compact cars. You'll receive in each issue, a great combination of extensive technical information and unparalleled feature coverage of the fast-growing aftermarket in performance compact cars!

United States
TEN: The Enthusiast Network
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super street

Editorial Content Director Matt Rodriguez Editor Sam Du Managing Editor Courtney McKinnon Online Editor Bob Hernandez Production Editor Josh Ching Social Media Director Brandon Scarpelli Social Media Specialist Ceso Bagay Art Art Director Mark Snyder Creative Director Alan Muir Contributors Chris Anderson, John Bunker, Chad Burdette Dan Coria, Mike Crawat, Darrien Craven Renz Dimaandal, Evan Griffey, Nate Hassler Benjamin Hutning, Danny Korecki, John Krueger Danh Phan, Casey Porter, Trevor Ryan Streetmetal, Jonathan Wong On the Web www.superstreetonline.com www.europeancarweb.com Social Media www.facebook.com/superstreetmag www.instagram.com/superstreet Advertising General Manager Rudy Rivas Associate General Manager Willie Yee Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex 863-860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake 310-531-5969 Advertising Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Advertising Coordinator Gail Burns Sales Assistant Yvette Frost TEN: Publishing Media, LLC President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin Consumer Marketing, Enthusiast Media Subscription Company, Inc. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson III VP, Acquisition & Database Marketing Victoria Linehan VP, Newsstand Retail Sales…

3 min.
the calendar issue

For the last five years, we’ve introduced the latest Toyo Tires girls in our annual calendar included in every newsstand copy of the February issue. It’s something that’s special to us, as featuring up-and-coming models in the scene has been a part of Super Street’s core identity from back in the day—and one of the reasons why so many readers picked up the mag in the first place! We’re ecstatic to keep producing it for you and feel with Dan Coria’s awesome photos as well as 13 dope Toyo-equipped cars featured alongside the girls, this is the best calendar yet! Variety The Super Street staff has pushed to create a magazine every month with dedicated themes (Honda Issue, Nissan Issue, and such). However, this month, there’s just so much out there to…

4 min.
year of the supra

The year 2019 marked an important time for the car community with the return of the Toyota Supra—21 years since the last generation. As for me, I picked up an A90 Launch Edition as a project car, so it only made sense to be part of the fun and join the rest of the Supra family in a big way! Super Street partnered with Supras in Vegas (the largest gathering of Supras in the world) to host its official car show at Speed Vegas. We also teamed up with ENEOS to give out four very special awards. Last but not least, these partnerships created a great opportunity to take my Supra on its first road trip. And doing so with a few cool friends made it more memorable than I…

1 min.
up and coming in indonesia

Most people don’t think of Indonesia as having a dope car scene, let alone high-quality builds. However, in September, I had the opportunity to check out a second-year show called Indonesia Modification Expo (IMX)—and many of the cars I witnessed were truly legit. IMX isn’t your run-of-the-mill car show, and the organizers didn’t simply adopt what other show series do. They pride themselves on inviting only the best-of-the-best builds to compete, limiting the show field to 50 cars. They also strive to feature a variety and show the range of the aftermarket to its spectators. The two-day event also has its fair share of vendor booths and panel speakers, and they even give away a car at the conclusion of the show. After traveling halfway around the world, I was most interested…

4 min.
24 hours of torture

Seems like everywhere you look, the new Toyota Supra is all car people wanna talk about. Can you blame anyone, though? It’s a revival of one of the most iconic Japanese sports car marques of the Golden Era. Maybe you’re sick of it already, but so far, we really haven’t seen a lot of real-world tests. Through my experience traveling as a former Super Street editor and now full-time photographer, there’s really only one test I’d say holds more water than anything else: a real torture out in the field. If the Supra can suffer and come out the other end in one piece, then it proves it’s actually a pretty damn good car (whether you like it or not). The test in question is the annual 24 Hours Nürburgring…

3 min.

In a world with luxury sedans like the Audi RS7, Cadillac CTS-V, Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, and BMW M5, it’s easy for the Lexus GS F to be undeservingly overlooked. The GS F is a rear-wheel-drive thrust-performance sedan, which is one of the few offerings Lexus deemed worthy of stand-alone “F” branding. (Fun fact: “F” stands for Fuji, as in the legendary Fuji Speedway). Powered by a 5.0L V-8 engine pushing out 467 hp in stock form, the GS F is more than capable of holding its own. This ’16 GS F owned by Brandon Choi won our hearts due to the sheer fact that this much carbon fiber has been added without making the car appear too flashy. When chatting with Brandon, he mentions he loves that the GS F is…