It's been a week since the madness and we're still recovering from our SEMA hangover, meaning we're sifting through the thousands of photos we took. Let's continue our coverage with six significant Supras that should be on your radar, especially if you're looking for new parts 'n ideas for your upcoming A90 project. Special thanks to Jonathan Carrasco for the additional photos!
We broke news of the "HKS USA MkV Widebody GR Supra Street Concept" a few days before SEMA and it quickly became one of the most highly anticipated cars of this year's show. Seeing it in person proved it was as good as it looked in photos! The widebody kit, which is also designed by Kei Miura of TRA Kyoto/Pandem/Rocket Bunny, looks to have a better flow and much better fit than some of the other widebody Supras out there. HKS also showed off its complete A90 catalog which includes a dual muffler exhaust system, Hipermax Touring height-adjustable spring set (no coilovers yet as this spring system retains the OEM electronic damper controls), Racing Suction intake, Power Editor (ECU upgrade to bump horsepower over 400) and lastly, a prototype downpipe. Additional mods include Endless brakes, Bride seats and ADVAN GT wheels. Let's also not forget the unforgettable livery which, as opposed to previous HKS demo cars of the past, uses a matte grey base as opposed to black. We saw the same style on HKS' Civic Type R display car at SEMA last year. The body kit starts at $7,000 and goes up from there if you want the GT wing. Rumor has it the dry carbon wing costs as much as the entire kit itself!
YUME SPORTS x EVASIVE MOTORSPORTS
There's a new shop from Vancouver, Canada and they're making some news at SEMA and Super Lap Battle. Yume Sports has teamed up with Evasive Motorsports to campaign a Civic Type R and this Supra. The Supra uses nothing but high-quality gear like the Artisan Spirits body kit, Voltex rear wing, Brembo GT-S brakes, ADVAN GT wheels, Akrapovic exhaust and Moton suspension. Parked in the Moton booth for the week, we're looking forward to seeing how this Supra fairs at Buttonwillow Raceway this weekend!
Showing off plenty of new bars and accessories, the Cusco Supra made us stop and take a minute to soak in all the new parts it wears. The Cusco front Power Brace is installed in the engine bay while the rear Power Brace increases rigidity below the exhaust. Cusco is also offering a rear trunk/harness bar, a set of sway bars and front and rear tow hooks. If that doesn't get you excited, then don't ignore the authentic TRD Japan carbon-fiber lip kit which, after exchange rates and importing to the U.S., costs about $14K USD! Yowsers!
The guys at Seibon Carbon have dissected the new Supra and developed everything, and we mean everything, albeit doors and roof (which rumor is a roof may be in development for 2020). The obvious carbon bits are the front lip, side skirts, rear diffuser, mirror caps, door garnishes and Mk4-style rear wing, but we were most impressed by the vented hood and rear hatch - not easy pieces to manufacture and install on the new Supra. Both of those pieces also featured a red-weave for a unique look.
MOD IN JAPAN x INJEN
We can't help but think how clean the Mod in Japan Supra would be without all the graphics as it wears some nice hardware such as the BBS LMs, MFR and Carbon Forme aero, CKS suspension, Studio RSR rollcage and newly released Injen intake, charge pipe and exhaust.
AUTO TUNED x RAZO
Another car we'd love to see without the graphics is this grey Supra spotted in the Razo booth. Featuring the Auto Tuned and Fly1 Motorsports lip kit and carbon louvers, this A90 was lookin' super clean along with the RAYS wheels and RS-R coilovers. We're 50/50 on the big "Samurai" rear wing though. Your thoughts?!