It's also the first Toyota GR Supra to be fitted with a Varis widebody kit.
The Toyota Supra is an icon of the Japanese tuning world, and the A90 Supra is proving to be popular with aftermarket companies. Since the new Toyota GR Supra launched, we've seen custom body kits and performance upgrades from the Japanese sports car. We've also seen some crazy Toyota Supra A90 concepts showcased at recent SEMA shows.
This latest creation is the work of Daniel Song, a long-time Toyota Supra fan who showed off another custom Toyota GR Supra Widebody at the 2019 SEMA show that took just 45 days to build. In a new video, Song gives us a tour of his second Supra build project, and it's a huge step up from last year's build.
In the video, Song explains how this new build more closely resembles his original vision as more aftermarket parts are now available. Giving the Supra a meaner look is a Varis Supreme90 body kit, which adds a carbon fiber front splitter, wider side skirts, and flared fenders. This is the first Supra to be fitted with the Varis Supreme90 body kit after Song persuaded the tuner to speed up development during the pandemic.
The widebody kit is currently available to order for $13,495. In addition, Song has fitted a custom hood with large vents, an aggressive rear diffuser, and a fixed rear wing. There's also only one working headlight - a carbon fiber air vent providing extra cooling replaces the other headlight.
A stunning silver exterior finish with contrasting green accents helps the custom Supra stand out and Recaro seats are fitted inside with green accents matching the exterior.
Under the hood, the custom Supra is fitted with an upgraded turbocharger, and it sounds superb when combined with a titanium exhaust system. This might just be the best-sounding Toyota A90 Supra street car yet. Unfortunately, Song doesn't say how much extra power he has to play with but it will have more than the stock GR Supra, which produces up to 382 horsepower and 368 lb-ft of torque.