So when you get two car nuts in a build off, you know that awesome things are going to happen and what better place to use then the new Toyota Supra.
So this is Rutland Woods take on the rear wheel drive sports car.
And what I really liked about it is it starts off with a 20 piece of carbon fiber composite body kit that includes the way that also includes a carbon fiber hood.
Because we've got massive amounts of width up here, you have to put on some super wide tires.
We had 285 at 30s, in the front, and then back here you guys, nut balls, 335 at 25.
This thing is going to have a grip for days.
But I gotta tell you, this is called the hyper boost.
So what do you think is under that engine?
Well, it's still the stock 3 liter inline 6-cylinder engine but it's had a little bit of help from boost logic.
And it ups all of that PSI and this thing puts out a massive 750 horsepower.
I don't know how long this engine is going to last but it's going to be a lot of fun while it does, and doing battle with red is Ed Lucas he is Toyota's VP of Marketing and he's done a great job here with the rear end of his heritage edition of the Supra.
I really like this wing it is right off of the MK for the old one and it just works so well with the new supers proportions.
I dig on these vintage tail lights they had to get them 3D printed, but I think it's a great look.
And when you get down here to the diffuser, I mean, I would hate to watch this super go, but, man, I would love to watch it leave, you know what I mean?
And not to be outdone by red, this super also got a little bit of a boost as well but it's to a more manageable about 500 horse power.
To me, this one is a winner and a lot of it, this might be a small little detail But a lot of that has a lot to do with the fact that these fender vents.
They are actually usable.
They are not just for design.
They are functional, which as we all know and the regular Supra not so much.
So, Ed, I like your attention to detail.
So of all the Supers here at the SEMA show and trust me there are a lot of them.
I'm really digging the ones that are right here at the Toyota booth.
We've got a whole bunch of [INAUDIBLE] covered right here on Roadshow, so be sure to check it out.