Toyota Supra TRD Performance Line concept piles on the aerodynamics

first_img Post a comment Review • 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback: The best it’s ever been More about 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Toyota Preview • 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback: Techier than ever Tags Enlarge ImageThis concept was originally teased with a giant wing, but perhaps TRD thought better of it. TRD Japan The Toyota Supra isn’t even on sale yet, but already, TRD rolled out a concept loaded with aerodynamic enhancements.Toyota this week unveiled the Supra TRD Performance Line concept on TRD’s Japanese-market site. This concept packs a number of aerodynamic enhancements that, according to the airflow images provided, should boost the car’s down downforce and make it handle even better than the stock Supra. It’s unclear if these parts preview actual TRD upgrades that will be available for the Supra in the future, but it’s never too early to start hoping. The front bumper gets larger spoilers to help push the nose down at speed, improving traction, while similar enhancements on the side skirts help push air to the right spot on the rear bumper, which has — you guessed it — more parts designed to improve downforce. 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. Then again, thrusting more power into the equation isn’t going to end well if the car can’t handle it, so I think it’s wiser to focus on the aero first.This is just a concept for now, and Toyota has made no announcements about an official TRD upgrade catalog, so we’ll have to hold tight for now. That said, the bottom of the TRD concept’s site says “To be continued,” so perhaps there’s more just over the horizon. Toyota More From Roadshow 0 15 Photos Coupes Sports Cars 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Share your voice 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Toyota Supra TRD Performance Line concept looks like it can handlelast_img

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