Toyota this week unveiled the Supra TRD Performance Line concept on TRD's Japanese-market site.     

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This concept packs a number of aerodynamic enhancements.    

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It's unclear if these parts preview actual TRD upgrades that will be available for the Supra in the future.

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According to the airflow images provided, should boost the car's down downforce and make it handle even better than the stock Supra.     

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The front bumper gets larger spoilers to help push the nose down at speed, improving traction.   

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Similar enhancements on the side skirts help push air to the right spot on the rear bumper.   

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Not only are they functional, they're attractive, making the Supra look lower, wider and meaner than the base model.     

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The whole thing is capped off with a set of 19-inch forged aluminum wheels.    

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There don't appear to be any modifications to the Supra's powertrain, comprising a 335-horsepower, 365-pound-foot 3.0-liter I6.   

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Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of the Supra TRD Performance Line concept.

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