A production lineup of all-new carbon fiber aero parts for the 2020 Toyota GR Supra has been unveiled by TRD in Japan. Said parts are designed to improve the car's aerodynamics but, of course, they were also manufactured to improve its aesthetic quality.
The lightweight material tacks onto the front spoiler, side skirts, side door garnish, rear side spoiler and trunk spoiler and they're set to come alongside a set of new, forged aluminum wheels. They're all the same parts that were shown as part of the TRD GR Supra Performance Line Concept back in February.
These parts look like they'll be more than able to help the Supra cut into the wind and improve its speed, and they really do give it an aggressive appearance. It could easily pass for a car heading to the track with them on.
The front spoiler is made up of a three-piece unit that's designed to increase downforce and reduce lift at high speeds. It lowers the ride height by 0.55 inches at the front and the skirts do the same, taking the height down 0.15 inches.
The side door garnish is designed to usher the airflow to the back of the car, where the carbon fiber diffuser fins are located. These reduce the ride height by 0.94 inches.
The wheels, 19-inch twin-dual spoke forged aluminum beauties, are the same which were revealed on the concept mentioned above.
These parts are only available in Japan at the moment but TRD's very likely to release them worldwide in future.
The Supra's performance has not been altered and remains the same as it was when the car was unveiled months ago. The car continues to house BMW-sourced powertrains producing 194 and 258 horsepower from a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-pot engine and 335 HP from a 3.0-liter inline-six turbo.