Widebody 2020 Toyota Supra With Huge Wing Is Heading To SEMA

This year’s SEMA Show is expected to be filled with lots of new Supras adorned with more aftermarket components than you can wrap your head around. These renderings preview one of tuned examples of Toyota’s latest sports car that’s heading to Las Vegas.

Evasive Motorsports is the company behind this project, and we happen to think its creation offers a nice balance between ‘crazy’ and ‘tasteful’ – but, as always, you’re more than welcome to voice your opinion in the Comments right below.

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No matter how you feel, you cannot deny that it is eye-catching. The modifications start at the front with the fitment of a custom carbon fiber splitter that makes it look like a Time Attack racer. It is also wearing a relatively subtle widebody kit that accentuates the flared arches of the stock Supra without going overboard.

No stone has been left at the rear either. A large carbon lip spoiler has been added to the trunklid while sitting on top of this lip is a more traditional fixed-wing. Finally, a set of carbon fiber side skirts and deep-dish multi-spoke wheels complete the upgrades.

It remains to be seen if Evasive Motorsports’ fifth-gen Supra features any kind of engine modifications. One expert engine builder recently suggested that the stock block of the 3.0-liter B58 inline-six used by the Supra (and the BMW Z4 M40i) can probably get up to 1,000 HP without the need for extensive mods to the engine block. With this in mind, we expect to see SEMA packed with twin-turbo or supercharged Supras churning out much more than the 335 HP of the standard car.

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  • charlotteharry57

    Nothing like turning a $60K car into something that a teen or 20-something has fantasies over.

    • Seats & a steering wheel

      The add ons aren’t really my thing either, but it does not look too bad. Its no worse than some of the multi million dollar monstrosities churned out from the likes of mansory and other high end aftermarket specialists.

    • carsmofo

      I personally think the aesthetic mods made the car looks 10x better than stock.

      • ErnieB

        I agree.

  • Xandao

    I dont know about you guys, but i feel this car is already dead. And then, Toyota will blame de costumer.

    • Jweisberg

      I agree. The hype around this car is so artificial.

      • Seats & a steering wheel

        Looking at the reviews from journalists and owners, esp on YouTube, it appears to be the opposite.. the car is much quicker and better to drive than first anticipated. Even the looks have really grown on me. I am a long tine Supra fan who was initially very much a sceptic on the no 5, but now a believer…

        • Jweisberg

          ” it appears to be the opposite” Call me a purist but that car is not a supra. Most of these reviewers especially the ones on youtube have never owned or driven a Toyota made/powered supra.

          If Toyota partnered with GM and took a corvette chassis/powertrain and put a redesigned body on it and called it a supra, would that actually be a Supra or a corvette?

          Toyota drop the ball with this car. They could have at least used the twin turbo from the LS. Made a different interior or something to make this car more Toyota. This thing is not going to be a classic.

          • ksegg

            I still don’t know why Toyota didn’t at least just use their own Lexus LC as a foundation to work on the new Supra.

            IMO, the LC would have been perfect:

            1.) RWD – check
            2.) Correct Chassis Length – to accommodate the gorgeous FT-1 Concept’s lines – check
            3.) Every part is 100% Toyota – check

            Instead, they go to BMW and made a squished version of the FT-1 that has awkward proportions and will forever be known as the Toyota Z4.

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  • ErnieB

    I am not a fan of this cars looks but this might be the best of the outlandish looking aftermarket mods. Still fugly but not horrible considering what others might have planned for this.

  • Porkopolis

    This makes me like the Supra more. Remove the wing and I’d drive one.

  • javier

    that doesn’t look good

  • Emoto

    Just when I thought the car couldn’t possibly look any worse…

  • Kagan

    Looks nice side back to forward but not so much with the front.

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