Well, that didn't take long.
As soon as Toyota officially released the all-new Supra for public consumption, the folks from TRD has put out some appearance goodies for the sports car. This comes after they showed the Supra TRD concept a few months ago, but the reality seems to look more impressive. It's not just show either as these parts are made out of carbon fiber. Plus, there are TRD wheels on offer too, courtesy of Rays Engineering.
So what TRD upgrades can you get for the Supra? For the front, there's a deeper splitter and a pair of more aggressive skirts on the sides. There's even a set of diffusers at the back, and all those are made of the lightweight material. With all those in place, the Supra doesn't look out of place on the grid. The only thing missing, it seems, are the decals.
But the carbon bits don't stop there. Even the mirror caps can be finished in carbon, and so as the subtle trunk lip spoiler and door garnishes. As for the non-carbon parts, there are lights on the mirror that projects the Supra name on the floor, along with a race recorder that gathers data on lap times, acceleration and braking forces, track position, and much more.
As for the new set of alloy wheels, it's a specially designed set specific to the TRD Supra. It comes from Ray's Engineering and it's forged, making it lightweight. The wheels themselves are finished in gloss black and feature a multi-spoke design. The wheels are also the most expensive option too.
Speaking of which, the price. If you tick all the TRD options (which includes the GR trunk carpet), the entire package will set you back a little over ¥ 2.4 million. In local money, that's about Php 1.2 million in parts alone. The wheels alone cost ¥ 691,000 or approximately Php 330,000.
It's pricey, yes, but if you have the means to buy a Supra, why not go all out? If they offer it here, that is.