TRD Drops First 2020 Toyota GR Supra Production Tuning Parts

TRD has just unveiled a production lineup of new carbon fiber aero parts for the 2020 Toyota GR Supra in Japan, designed to improve its aerodynamics – and let’s face it, more importantly, to satisfy the need to customize its looks.

The lightweight material is used on the front spoiler, side skirts, side door garnish, rear side spoiler and trunk spoiler, to go with a set of new forged aluminum wheels. As expected, these are the same parts we saw back in February on the TRD GR Supra Performance Line Concept.

Dialing up the aggressiveness

Real world performance aside, it’s safe to say that the GR Supra looks more menacing with TRD’s carbon fiber bits strapped on, as if it belongs on a track more than it does in a driveway.

In a sense, that’s true. The front spoiler for example is a three-piece unit and its design helps increase downforce and reduce lift at high speeds. It also lowers the ride height by 14 mm (0.55 inches) at the front, while the side skirts do the same, only by 4 mm (0.15 inches) compared to stock.

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Then there’s the side door garnish, which is meant to smoothly direct airflow to the rear end of the Supra, where you’ll find the carbon fiber diffuser fins and the trunk lid spoiler, the former reducing ride height by about 24 mm (0.94 inches).

Last but not least, you have the black 19-inch twin-dual spoke forged aluminum wheels, which are identical to the ones introduced on the previously mentioned concept.

While these parts have been initially released in Japan, it’s probably only a matter of time before TRD gives them to the rest of the world too.

As of right now, engine performance remains the same, which means that the Supra’s BMW-sourced powertrains (in Japan) continue to produce 194 and 258 HP from a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-pot, and 335 HP from a 3.0-liter inline-six turbo.

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  • Mr. EP9

    I don’t know. Not exactly feeling it. Oh well, SEMA is coming up so no doubt they’ll have far better.

    • Bash

      You said it. I can’t wait to see that!

    • Six_Tymes

      I hope

  • Christian

    In germany we call it M Parts…

  • ctk4949

    I like the wing and the wheels, thats about it. The rest is meh.

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  • ErnieB

    Trying to figure out how to put lipstick on a pig..

    • Denzel

      It’s not that heavy so I wouldn’t call it a pig. An to be honest it’s good looking in person. Photos do it no justice just my 2 cents.

      • ErnieB

        It’s a pot belly pig.. not a cow..

    • Warhawk69

      No matter how much lipstick…..It’s still a pig

    • brn

      I kinda of like it. It’s a nice car for the dollar, other than I’d never own a BMW motor.

      Don’t like the lipstick. I fear Toyota is hoping to win the accessory game. Seems cheesy.

  • Keith G

    Still waiting for Liberty Walk’s take on the hideous bodykit

    • donald seymour

      At one point they were hailed as cool, but I guess the novelty has worn out.

  • SteersUright

    Does TRD stand for nothing more than garish body-kit parts these days? And do they have a poster with the word “elegant” in their offices which they throw darts at? Why could this not have been a more beautiful, clean upgrade to the standard car. Just some bigger, meaner looking brakes, wheels, exhaust, and perhaps a tune?

    • benT

      there’s a “U” missing …..

  • Bo Hanan


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