This concept could preview a line of parts for future Supra owners, but Toyota won't cop to anything yet.
Toyota this week unveiled the Supra TRD Performance Line concept on TRD's Japanese-market site.
This concept packs a number of aerodynamic enhancements.
It's unclear if these parts preview actual TRD upgrades that will be available for the Supra in the future.
According to the airflow images provided, should boost the car's down downforce and make it handle even better than the stock Supra.
The front bumper gets larger spoilers to help push the nose down at speed, improving traction.
Similar enhancements on the side skirts help push air to the right spot on the rear bumper.
Not only are they functional, they're attractive, making the Supra look lower, wider and meaner than the base model.
The whole thing is capped off with a set of 19-inch forged aluminum wheels.
There don't appear to be any modifications to the Supra's powertrain, comprising a 335-horsepower, 365-pound-foot 3.0-liter I6.
Keep scrolling to check out even more pictures of the Supra TRD Performance Line concept.
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