Hand-Painted Toyota Supra Makes SEMA Debut

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Despite Covid-19's best efforts, the SEMA show will go ahead this year, but unfortunately, it will be limited to an online event where attendees pay an entry fee to sit behind their PC screens to drool over the aftermarket industry's best creations. Toyota's cars have been featured at SEMA for as long as the show has been going, and this year the Japanese automaker will be representing in full force. Amongst the cars on display is the insane Ornamental Conifer GR Supra which is set to drop jaws when it makes its SEMA debut. Based on the standard GR Supra, this car has been transformed into a rolling piece of art.

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The Ornamental Conifer GR Supra features one-of-a-kind artwork by Nicolai Sclater, better known as Ornamental Conifer, a British artist who is an art director at Race Service in California. The car has been inspired by everyday enthusiast builds, and Sclater has used a 2021 GR Supra 3.0 Premium in Turbulence Gray as his canvas of choice. The car features a number of expressions such as 'True to Form' and 'Lightning Response' which make reference to some of the Supra's characteristics. Sclater made use of enamel paint and brushes to meticulously hand-paint every letter and graphic. Mechanically this Supra remains stock and features a 3.0-liter inline-six turbocharged motor producing 382 horsepower. The Ornamental Conifer Supra rolls on a set of 19-inch RSE-M Forged Rotiform wheels.

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"Nico's creativity and skills are over the top, and simply amazing," said Ed Laukes, Group Vice President of Toyota Division Marketing. "What he created in the Ornamental Conifer GR Supra is pure art. To think he did this and all the accompanying artwork by hand blows me away, especially in an era where digitally printed vinyl wraps are the rage. I'm looking forward to hearing what automotive enthusiasts and Supra fans think of this project." It might be stock under the hood, but it sure has a pretty face.

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