Think the widebody trend is dying? Better think again.
Kei Miura of Tra-Kyoto/Rocket Bunny and Pandem body kits fame recently released the first render of a Pandem-kitted widebody GR Supra. Aside from the usual photo renders, Miura also released a CGI video of the car doing donuts and driving about on his Instagram, giving us an idea as to what the widebody Supra could look like when rolling.
For now, the body kit is still a photo render as deliveries of the all-new GR Supra have likely just begun. That said, the Pandem Supra appears to have all the right parts fitted to it, giving it Miura's signature widebody kit look. The original front bumper has been retained but features a large chin and splitter. The wide front and rear fenders are connected together by a new side skirt. Unlike Miura's previous boxy designs, the shape of the fender flares blends well with the original lines of the Supra's body. Completing the Pandem kit is the massive wing and small ducktail, reminiscent of '80s style racers.
When fitting a wide body kit, one also needs wider wheels. To help it look the part, the render shows wide, deep-dish mesh-style wheels with chunky tires. Owners, however, will still have the liberty of choosing which wheels they want to fit on their wideboy Supra. The car has also been lowered to give it a more aggressive look.
As of writing, Miura has not provided an exact date as to when the Pandem Supra will be officially revealed as well as pricing. It is possible that some changes to the kit may occur or another version of the kit will be offered once the actual car debuts.
Kei Miura isn't the first to take a shot at modifying the all-new GR Supra. CX Racing previously announced that they are already working on a 2JZ swap kit for the new model. It is likely other aftermarket companies are also developing parts for the car already, but have not announced it just yet.