Widebody 2020 Toyota Supra Is Somehow Subtle, But Not The Wing

Widebody 2020 Toyota Supra 6 photos
Photo: Jonsibal
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Yes, I know - you take a look at the modded 2020 Toyota Supra we have here and you wonder: how in the world can this be placed into the same sentence with "subtle"?
Well, the explanation is simple. We're looking at a rendering, one that previews an actual kit - you'll get to meet the package in early November, with this set to make its debut at SEMA.

Then again, this remains one of the early kits and, judging by the appetite for Mk V Supra mods, it's safe to say there will be much wilder packages in the future.

Oh, and there's an exception to those mentioned above, namely that rear wing. Sitting above a lip spoiler, this one is by no means restrained.

Jonsibal is the digital artist behind the render and this work shouldn't come as a surprise. After all, the gear head does own an air-cooled Porsche 911 that has been given a Rauh-Welt Begriff makeover.

Now, since we've talked about this year's edition of SEMA, I'd like to remind you of some other builds coming to Vegas this fall.

For one thing, we've got the worl'd only Lamborghini Huracan manual gearbox conversion. And no, the project isn't limited to this, whether we're talking about the motor or the body of the supercar.

Another special machine comes in the form of a Mahindra Roxor. No actual details have been published yet, but the sheer idea of this Jeep-on-a-budget is enough to capture one's attention.

As for Supra kits that are already on the market, the only one I've encountered so far (here it is provisionally mounted on the car) is the Pandem package. This is a sister brand to the perhaps more popular Rocket Bunny. These aero goodies come from Japanese aftermarket specialist Tra Kioto, which is the branichild of a gear head called Kei Miura.
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