Toyota's Japanese house tuner TRD (Toyota Racing Development) last weekend, the GR (Gazoo Racing) Toyota Supra Performance Line Concept TRD presented on its website. The vehicle shows an overview of the soon available tuning parts for the new model generation A90. Involved again this time, the team of Gazoo Racing GRMN, The Supra comes with a carbon aerodynamic kit that consists of a three-piece front spoiler with side fins, modified side skirts, a panel for the doors, attachments on the side ends of the rear apron and a new rear spoiler. The components provide a much more aggressive look and miss the Supra aerodynamic improvements.
TRD Concept Toyota Supra A90
In the wheel arches, ultra-light 19-inch forged wheels turn in glossy black and it also looks like the Japanese has been lowered a bit. More details are not available at the moment. We also do not know whether TRD is planning an increase in performance for the 3,0-liter in-line six-cylinder with 340 PS and 500 Newton meters and whether a performance sports exhaust system will possibly come with it. If this is the case, you can also count on an improved sports brake system and brake the Supra again. If we receive new information about this, there will of course be an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Photos: TRD (Toyota Racing Development)
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TRD Concept Toyota Supra with lots of carbon
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