The last Japanese supercar on our list is one you may very well never have heard of, unless you saw James May get behind the wheel of one when Top Gear
visited Japan. It's called the Mitsuoka Orochi, and it's about as obscure as they come. Initially unveiled in concept form in 2001, Mitsuoka began producing the Orochi in limited numbers in 2006. It packs a 3.3-liter Toyota V6 with just 230 horsepower and mated to a five-speed automatic, leaving its supercar standing in question. But its rarity, price tag and mid-engine layout place it firmly in exotic territory. The Orochi's styling is not for everyone, but then with a price of about 10 million yen (~$100k), few could afford one, anyway.