Mk IV Toyota Supra with Mk V Body Kit Looks Spot On

Mk IV Toyota Supra with Mk V Body Kit 1 photo
Photo: abimelecdesign/instagram
Hey, the digital artist who brought us here is right, you know? The Internet has been assaulted with images of Mk V Toyota Supra wearing Mk IV bits, but we haven't seen any tuner doing things the other way around. Luckily, the renderings sitting before us come to address that.
"Wait, wouldn't the contemporary styling of the Supra clash with the rounded design of its 90s predecessor?" I hear you asking.

Well, at least from where I'm standing, the mashup is actually a treat for the eyes, even though there is one area where some extra work might be required.

I'm referring to the meeting point between the narrower 2020 Supra front apron and the wider headlights of its predecessor.

However, I'm sure that, if such a kit does make it to Cars & Coffee, the developer behind it will find a way to make the aero work just fine.

And yes, given the popularity of the Mk IV and the Mk V Supras, we might just see this shenanigan going from pixel to paint.

Abimelec Arellano, the hand behind this visual tale, has come up with multiple angles of the melange, which is why I'll remind you to use the swipe feature of the social media post below, which showcases the Toyota(s).

Of course, anybody willing to give the ex-gen Supra an update should consider the interior first, with this not raising to the level of the sportscar's exterior, at least not by the standards we have nowadays. But this is another story for another time.

Returning to the point made in the intro, I'll remind you of what might be the best-looking 2020 Toyota Supra to have surfaced online so far - the custom aero bits installed on the sportscar are a tribute to the one that came before it.

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