Perhaps this is the most beautiful version of the Toyota Supra coupe I’ve seenNovember 14, 2019
Independent artists presented their vision of how the Japanese sports coupe Toyota Supra A90 generation should look. The car received a wide-body aerodynamic body kit and is now very similar to racing cars from the NFS series of games.
This year, at least five different projects based on the legendary Japanese Toyota Supra coupe – Supra HyperBoost Edition, Supra Performance Line, Supra Heritage Edition, Supra Wasabi and Supra 3000GT – were presented at the SEMA tuning exhibition in Las Vegas (USA). Each of them has various modifications of the exterior, interior and technical parts. But none of these cars can not be compared with the version of the model, which is discussed in this article.
This is a render, that is, an image created using a graphical editor. This performance coupe was created by artists from the Ambielec Design team and I must say that this is perhaps the best version of the current Toyota Supra that I have seen.
Apparently, the guys were inspired by the game Need For Speed: Heat, which was released earlier this month. A wide-body aerodynamic body kit, non-standard headlights and taillights, as well as new gold multi-tiered wheels were created for the car. Separately, it is worth noting the gills built into the rear bumper – they are located directly behind the wheels.
As the authors of this project themselves note, the new generation of the Japanese sports coupe Supra is a good platform for tuning and creating virtual projects, despite its slightly complex forms. I must say that we have already seen a huge number of different versions of the modernized legend, including one that has a 3.0-liter engine with six cylinders, the power of which is 770 horsepower. The car received a mechanical transmission and a massive fixed rear wing.
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