For instance, the carmaker placed plenty of faux vents around the car for tuners to replace with actual vents when adding serious power and taking the car to the track. Then there's the tail of the car, which has been engineered to support a wing even though the factory setup doesn't involve one.
Heck, Japanese pro drifter Daigo Saito showed up in a 2JZ-swapped 2020 Supra way before the machine reached dealers. And there are multiple widebody kits in the works.
For starters, though, many owners will have to make due with custom wheels. In fact, you can check out a 2020 Toyota Supra on custom wheels in the social media post at the bottom of the page.
This Supra rides on Rotiform goodies and it seems that the shoeing job makes quite a difference on a visual level.
Now, while we're talking about the new Supra, many of you might want to know how different this feels to drive compared to the 2019 BMW Z4 - the two share their platform and powertrain, remember?
Well, while the two automakers developer the chassis together, each came up with a custom implementation and this is just the beginning of the aspects that set the Supra apart from the Z4.
In fact, you can check out the piece of footage below to see a comparison of the two (helmet tip to Throttle House), with this being focused on what matters the most, namely the driving experience.
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