'Fast & Furious'-Style Bodykit Unveiled For SEMA-Bound 2020 Toyota Supra

'Fast & Furious'-Style Bodykit Unveiled For SEMA-Bound 2020 Toyota Supra

Think the new Toyota Supra is a little too plain? Then this new bodykit from Evasive Motorsports might help.

They call it a “Fast & Furious-style” bodykit, which seems to be more about evoking the famous name than any actual cars from the 2001 film. It doesn’t look anything like the MkIV Supra driven by Paul Walker, but it does have the same tuner car essence that The Fast & The Furious capitalized on.

What we get is a lower, wider Supra with a definite look of import tuner culture about it. Besides the lowered suspension, you get a big front splitter, new side skirts, and a big wing on top of the little flap that the Supra comes with on the trunk latch.

In addition, the side mirrors have been replaced with extremely low cross-section models, and the wheels have been replaced by lighter BBS rims.

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We don't know what's going on under the hood, but since this is intended for SEMA, we can probably assume there are some upgrades lurking under there. The stock 3.0-L turbocharged 6-cylinder originally produces 335 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torque (or so Toyota says), but we can see the engine easily getting pushed to well over 500 horsepower if other tuners are any indication.

'Fast & Furious'-Style Bodykit Unveiled For SEMA-Bound 2020 Toyota Supra
via Evasive Motorsports

And that’s if they just stick with the stock BMW engine. Other tuners have pumped up the volume by swapping out that engine with the previous-gen Supra’s 2JZ-GTE engine but bored out to be 3.4-L and given a massive turbocharger. HKS reports their Supra sports nearly 700 hp and is an absolutely drifting monster.

We’ll be sure to spot a whole bunch of tricked-out Supras at this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas as it’s the world’s biggest tuner and aftermarket parts-focused automotive trade show.

(via Autoblog)

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