Japanese cars and tuning companies go hand-in-hand, so it’s no surprise that Zacoe — known for its reworkings of Lamborghinis, McLarens, and Porsches — has put its hand to the latest-generation Toyota GR Supra (A90).
While recognizable, the Supra has been given a reworking front-to-back. Starting at the front, you’ll find a new bumper that’s adorned with a carbon fiber splitter and flared air intakes, before arching up towards the full carbon fiber bonnet. Air intakes on the fender and deep bulges accentuate the aggressive hood, while exaggerated side skirts are also trimmed in carbon and curve towards the rear where you’ll find flared wheel arches housing a set of satin gold rims that beautifully contrast the matte army green paint.
At the rear, Zacoe adds a huge GT3 racing-esque rear wing and larger air intakes at the rear of the flared arches. A lightly-revised diffuser has also been added, rounding out the exterior upgrades.
Take a look at Zacoe’s widebody Toyota GR Supra above, and find out more on Zacoe’s website.
For more Japanese reworks, take a look at Hoonigan’s custom 1983 Subaru GL Wagon.