Toyota has divulged five tuned and intensely revamped Supra sportscars at its SEMA 2019 introduction. Using the two its in-house groups and outside organizations, for example, Team Rutledge Wood, the assortment of Supras guarantee a power-upgraded future for the much-adored Japanese vehicle.
First on show is the Hyperboosted Team Rutledge Wood Supra. Pressing 750 BHP, this custom supercar comes furnished with an all-new jolt old widebody produced using carbon fiber parts, just as another carbon fiber rooftop for included weight decrease. This cycle is Toyota's most in-your-face 2019 Supra to date, and is finished with a lot of new Brembo brakes and three-piece wheels with carbon-fiber lips.
Next is the 500 BHP GR Supra Heritage Edition, which references the sportscar's inheritance. This emphasis joins components of the MKIV Supra from the late-'90s with the new 2020 GR Supra, submitting configuration general direction to the first by executing new lights front and back, another back wing and the sky is the limit from there.