Toyota has revealed its own hotted-up version of the reborn GR Supra sports car, with the Performance Line concept likely previewing a set of factory accessories that will be offered at dealerships.
Conceived by the Japanese brand’s TRD performance sub-brand, the show car features several exterior parts, most of which are made from lightweight carbon-fibre.
These include a front splitter with side fins that increase downforce and reduce lift alongside side skirt extensions, rear spats and a bootlid-mounted ducktail spoiler.
A bolt-on side garnish adds more visual flair but also improves aerodynamics by smoothing airflow to the rear end.
Finally, a set of lightweight 19-inch forged aluminium wheels feature a multi-double-spoke design and are finished in black and wrapped in Michelin tyres.
While no upgrades to the Supra’s engines – including the 250kW/500Nm 3.0-litre turbo-petrol in-line six-cylinder unit headed for Australia – have been detailed, TRD said more parts are coming soon.
Until then, Australian Supra fans will need to get in quick, as Toyota Australia has confirmed just 300 examples of the sports car will head Down Under in the first 12 months of sales.
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