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Air Suspension 2020 Toyota Supra Goes Up and Down, Has Pandem Widebody

Yes, the short clip that brought us here, which portrays a bagged 2020 Toyota Supra doing some squats, is a rendering. Nevertheless, this shouldn't be regarded as pure fantasy and that's because it's more of a preview for future builds.
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The video allows us to see the air suspension of the Mk V Supra at work, with this taking the sportscar from its driveway-friendly setup to a microscopic ride height that turns heads at car show.

Interestingly, the clip also comes with a bit of an exaggerated soundtrack, so you can also listed to the Supra while it's doing the cardio stuff.

Another custom aspect of this Japanese sportscar comes from its widebody take, with the new aero of the vehicle also involving an extrovert wing.

Once again, this is no shallow dream, as the Supra has been gifted with a Pandem kit, an aero package that already exists in the real world. Created by Kei Miura, the Japanese aficionado behind the perhaps more famous Rockey Bunny kit, the said package seems to turn the new Supra into a piece of rolling eye candy with ease.

Speaking of what takes place in the real world, you can check out the second video below (the YouTube clip), which shows an actual Supra getting its air suspension - you can skip to the 1:21 point for the clip.

And with each new month of Supra customer deliveries that passes, more and more mods come out. Fortunately, not all of these are prioritize the look of the car over anything else.

For instance, the 2020 Supra has already been taken into the 10s quarter-mile arena (the stock 1/4-mile time of the Toyota sits in the mid-12s region) and on the stock turbo, too. So custom turbos should end the battle for the 9s run pretty quickly.


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