The Toyota Supra has long been a tuner’s dream car. Pandem will help them personalize their Supra thanks to a big bad body kit.
We know for a fact that the moment rumors began circulating about the return of the 2020 Toyota Supra, what feels like five years ago, all self-respecting tuning companies started planning on products to upgrade the car.
Japan’s Tra-Kyoto and its Rocket Bunny brand have prepared renderings and even a CGI video showing what the Pandem 2020 Toyota Supra will look like. From these images, we can clearly spot the shockingly wide body kit, supporting front aero, lowered stance from a custom suspension, massive fixed rear spoiler and oversized wheels. At the rear, we find two large single outlet tailpipes and more aero in the form supplementary diffusers.
The pictures also depict a full roll-cage (whether bolted or welded is unknown) which stupidly leads us to believe there’s something going on under the hood, if only virtually.
The new Supra was launched in Detroit with a host of shared components with the BMW Z4. It gets the Bimmer’s 3.0-liter inline-six with 335 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. A single automatic gearbox sends all that power to the rear wheels and Toyota says the Supra will reach 100 km/h in less than 5.0 seconds. A perfect 50:50 weight distribution will ensure sporty driving dynamics and a fun ride around a track.
Pricing in Canada for the 2020 Toyota Supra has been set at $64,900.
Pandem makes and sell widebody kits for a number of cars, from an E30 BMW and MK2 VW Golf to an R35 Nissan GT R and Ford Raptor.