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This Hardcore Toyota Supra Off-Roader Needs To Happen


You can't say this Supra looks too tame.

The all-new 2020 Toyota Supra has finally arrived, but not everyone is enamored with the design. To try and make the new Supra look even better, render artists have been altering the design to see how it applies to different body styles such as a convertible. It turns out the Toyota Supra would also make a stunning shooting brake.

Another artist even tried to restyle the Supra using cues from the beloved A80 model. Now, talented render artist Rain Prisk has turned the Japanese sports car into a hardcore off-roader that looks ready to race at the Paris Dakar.

If the Supra’s styling looks too tame for you, the hypothetical all-terrain version takes it to a new extreme. The artist has jacked up the ride height and added a snorkel to stop the inline-six engine from choking, along with cutout fender flares to make room for chunky off-road tires.

As renders go, it looks very convincing. But as much as we would love to see Toyota create a hardcore Supra off-road racer, it probably isn’t going to happen. Having said that, the Supra is being turned to a NASCAR racer, so why not get its wheels dirty off-road?

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For now, we’ll have to settle for the standard road-going Toyota Supra, which packs a 3.0-liter inline-six sending 335 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic gearbox. 0-62 mph takes 4.1 seconds before the sports car maxes out at an electronically limited 155 mph. A hardcore GRMN Supra is also coming, but don’t expect it to be able to handle off-road terrain like the vehicle designed by Prisk.