Through the 2019 SEMA Auto Show is on the way to be hosted no less than five different Toyota Supra concepts.
None of them, though can compete with the utmost quality of this custom rendering of a tricked-out Toyota Supra created by Abimelech Design.
Inspired by the Need For Speed which is the most rated video game that was launched earlier this month, this Supra rendering wears what is arguably the wildest wide-body kit we’ve seen on the returning Japanese sports coupe till now.
It’s modified to an extent that the only two possible reactions to this rendering are to either love it or hate it. But actually we tend to love it a lot. If you would like to take a closer look at the kit on the Supra and that’s when it gets a little more fascinating.
For example, take the case of the bonnet and front headlights. They’re gone, it don’t mean that to say that standard headlamps have been replaced by something different that serves the same purpose.
They’re actually gone, intentionally covered up by the artist because what the stock headlamps looked likes Great, isn’t it! The solution, it seems, was to cover the headlamps completely and replace them with a pair of rally-style lamps that are integrated into the front bumper.
We can understand the intention to make the Supra’s front section look completely different, but this approach seems to take it a bit far, giving it a dull and boring look. Overall, We would like to expect this kit to get a lot of attention, at least if it moves beyond the rendering phase.
It’d be even better if it was accompanied by a hefty engine upgrade program that would validate the presence of those six openings on the hood of the Supra.
If there’s anything we’ve learned about the new Toyota GR Supra, it’s that the sports car is proving to be a good platform for rendering projects and tuning programs into vision of reality.
From these five creations, we’ve also have witnessed the Supra’s BMW-sourced 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six-cylinder engine, benefit of an incredible engine upgrade program that yielded 770 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque to the prototype.