The all-new Toyota Supra has already been imagined with a wide body kit. This isn’t just a render from a Photoshop hobbyist, but from the tuning minds at Prior Design, which spared no (virtual) expense in modifying the Japanese sports car.
The set of digitized pictures posted by the tuner on social media show an aggressive approach, which we assume will take shape in the near future.
Making sure that it’s noticed regardless of the environment and surrounding vehicles are the new front bumper, vented hood, flared fenders on all four corners, rear wing, large wheels and a lowered ground clearance.
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No tuning job would be complete without a power boost. And it’s only a matter of time until we’ll feast our eyes on some more powerful examples roaming the streets. After all, its predecessor had immense tuning potential, and examples boasting in excess of 1,000 horsepower aren’t that uncommon. The thing is, can it spark the interest the Supra Mk4 did?
For now, however, U.S. clients will have to settle for the BMW-sourced 3.0-liter turbo-six. It develops 335 hp (340 PS / 250 kW) and 365 lb-ft (495 Nm) of torque and allows the new Supra to sprint to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 4.1 seconds officially; top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph (250 km/h).
With an MSRP of $49,990 for the base grade and $4,000 more for the Premium, without the $930 destination and handling charge, the new Supra will go on sale nationwide this summer. Celebrating its introduction will be the Launch Edition, which is based on the Premium, costs at least $55,250 and is limited to 1,500 units.