Did they ban n newest Need For Speed advert too? Did they ban James Bond adverts too where some guy is ruining and jumping like an idiot to buy something?
There are different regulations an advertisement has to follow provided by ASA on their website, every advert must comply with them if they wish to be aired. But, there are different regulations regarding the type of advertisement whether it be; paper-based, online, television, Selling a product, movies, tv shows, games etc.
The complaints will not necessarily affect these other adverts you have pointed out unless ASA sees somebody complain about it. People tend to complain if the advertisement is offensive, could affect somebody in a real life scenario, misleading or downright stupid. The point in the Toyota advert is that we have a national speed limit and that advert shows you how fast he is going(?) or is encouraging you to speed up to enjoy the car more. Which is against the law of course.
Banning an advertisement isn't as straight forward as it seems, the advertiser can appeal and state why it did what it did or can just comply with ASA's suggestions and modify the advert before Ofcom ban it.
Edit: By the way, I don't believe the advert should be banned due to the fact most of it is computerised until the last sequence. People will complain for nothing though sometimes and it does depend on how ASA feel as well.