The pixel painting was completed by Monaco Auto Design, a label whose creations we discussed on multiple occasions. And it looks like this is intended to serve as a preview for a future aero package.
DSG Performance, the performance parts specialist behind the effort, admitted it doesn't have a launch date, albeit while mentioning this is a taste of things to come.
The widebody kit is inspired by the JGTC (Japanese Grand Touring Championship) - this was the country's top-tier sportscar series and it ran between 1993 and 2005, when it morphed into the current Super GT.
Now, as the Supra lovers among you will point out, the Mk IV did have a JGTC incarnation, but this kit is not necessarily a nod to that model, rather seeking inspiration series-wide.
Truth be told, the vents on the hood and the air extractors adorning the wider front wings are welcome additions, with the same being true for the air-hungry intakes up front.
As for the rear apron, this appeals to the eye, but its more or less functional form (it's not clear at this point) only reminds us of the Supra's faux factory vents.
Of course, the custom wheels, with their eye-catching design, along with the noticeable ride height reduction of this 2020 Toyota Supra also deserve credit for transforming the appearance of the machine.
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For over a decade, DSG has been curating some of the aftermarket’s best and most unique parts. Well, a new chapter may be beginning. We at DSG are excited to announce we have been working closely with Brian Monaco of @monacoautodesign to design a new and JGTC inspired widebody kit for the JA90 Toyota Supra. Now, we don’t have a timeline just yet but here’s a taste of what we’ve got up our sleeves. #toyota #supra #toyotasupra #ja90 #grsupra #widebody #design #dsgperformance #performancerefined