Toyota’s Avalon TRD Pro Concept lapped California’s Willow Springs track in 1 minute and 25.3 seconds.
The 3.0L turbo six has been tuned to 430 HP and the auto ‘box has been replaced by a racing sequential transmission.
The parts list includes a carbon fiber divider for the front grille, new side skirts, mirror deflectors and black wheels.
TRD’s GR Supra 3000GT Concept is a throwback to the Supra A80-based 3000GT Concept from 1994.
Based on the go-anywhere TRD Off-Road Premium, the new special edition adds more visual flair and practicality.
The Camry and Avalon TRD are priced at $31,040 and $42,300, respectively, and are both powered by a 301 HP, 3.5-liter V6.
The 2020 Camry TRD is more than $11,000 cheaper than the Avalon TRD.
The Toyota 86 is lighter and nimbler than the Supra; not to mention it comes with a manual transmission.
TRD’s new carbon fiber aero parts for the Toyota Supra are joined by a set of 19-inch forged alloys.
These are official factory tunes so imagine what independent companies have to come up with to get noticed.
Toyota is calling the Supra TRD Performance Line a concept for now, but we all know it’s coming.
The full-size Sequoia is, as we suspected, the ‘TRD Pro beast’ Toyota will display in Chicago.